Milt and Judi Taylor
This episode follows a couple build a traditional-style floating home built on logs. Milt and Judi Taylor want to swap their Oregon apartment for a wooden float home in the forests surrounding Portland. It’s a job for Rick Maddams who designs and builds them a traditional log float, a principle hundreds of years old, that's almost died out in an age of polystyrene and concrete. The timber will last for at least 100 years under the water.
Roy Willems and Rianne Blaakmeer
A Dutch couple builds a dream floating apartment as their ‘starter home’. They want to moor it in the Netherlands’ capital, Amsterdam – the city of canals and a mecca for people who like to live on the water. For this young couple Roy and Rianne, a floating apartment is ideal as a cheap first time pad.
A unique floating home in an area of outstanding natural beauty
Two couples building their dream floating homes from scratch
A tiny float home for just £7,000 and an eco friendly architect designed home
We follow two Canadian floating homes being built
Building spectacular floating homes in Canada
A wooden floating home and a young couple's starter home on the water
Building dream floating homes in Washington and Vancouver