Floating art installation on the Thames – for a pricey £1.2 million.
Art lovers are being given the chance to indulge in their craft by buying a floating art installation on the Thames – for a pricey £1.2 million.
Immersive artwork Fluxland was launched down the river by renowned artist Cyril de Commarques as part of the Totally Thames festival.
The mirrored superstructure is designed to reflect and distort the cityscape as she makes her way along the famous river, throwing light out at her onlookers.
The remarkable boat, at Imperial Wharf, Fulham, is now on the market with the hefty price tag.
Fluxland offers a unique opportunity to own a genuine work of art which has been built to be an artist’s studio which can be lived and worked on.
The accommodation includes a wheel house, internal mezzanine viewing deck, two double bedrooms – one with en suite – fully-fitted kitchen and a large open gallery / performance space and study.
The interior features use of steel and concrete with huge expanses of glass offering views of the City as the occupier works, entertains or relaxes.