Pearlsuites are "places" on the water. Only this definition can understand a little of all the functions of this project of Pier Paolo Lazzarini e of his studio. Navigating chambers? Nautical bungalows? Nothing makes the idea.
Jet Capsules (we have been following it for some time) has developed this concept from 7 meters in diameter and up to 72 square meters inside: an apartment that moves on the water, complete with a walkable outdoor deck.
These suites in the water could allow seaside tourist activities to extend their accommodation offer by offering a new experience to tourists and without building new infrastructures.
A round (room) overlooking the sea
The Pearlsuites offer us in a small way the vision of what it will mean to be able to take possession of even the coastal spaces with smarter and more sustainable vehicles. The usage scenarios include both "luxurious" versions of mini apartments and more "entry level" fittings, perhaps intended for shores.
Each unit is built with modern nautical techniques: a reinforced hull connected to a completely circular hull. For this reason, motorized hotel rooms can be assembled very quickly and customized in all ways: they can become small lounge rooms, or "boxes" to attend events.
Noblesse oblige, here too there is research in the direction of sustainability: for this reason a group of solar panels should generate green energy to power the internal systems (minibar, TV, air conditioning, lighting and other appliances).
If we move away from the design aspect and end up in the speculative field, I can only imagine a small hydrogen generator that makes the vessel completely autonomous, even at night or in the rain. Maybe. For this, however, it takes time.
Staying in the present (or in the medium term), these "motorized" rooms on the sea will be equipped with an advanced GPS system, a gyroscopic stabilizer and an automatic steering system.
In summary? Grab a mojito and go lie down, Pearlsuite does the rest.