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KKA Architects plans UK's first floating homes for Liverpool - images

Liverpool-based KKA Architects is the practice behind these striking designs for Peel Holdings' ambitious plans to float 26 luxury homes in the city's Princes Dock basin.

Proposals for the floating homes, each of which will be designed to reflect 'naval architecture' and will, according to Peel Holdings, 'give the appearance of a row of high-quality multi-million-pound super yachts,' have been submitted to Liverpool City Council.

Each home will be arranged across three 'decks', providing a living space of 172m2. The uppermost tier will feature a large sun deck with views of the rapidly developing dock area.

A Peel Holdings spokesperson confirmed that plans had been submitted and said that the company expected a decision from the council in June.

by Max Thompson

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