Assistant editor Leah Demirjian writes about Formosa, an "amphibious house" in the United Kingdom designed by Baca Architects. The 2,400-square-foot house, while on a fixed foundation, is designed to rise to accommodate up to roughly eight feet of floodwater. Read the complete article on ARCHITECT's sister publication, Custom Home.

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