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A London-based architect has been making waves in the design industry with her vision of a stunning home powered by hydroelectricity.Margot Krasojevic's concept, Hydroelectric Tidal House, aims to harness the consistent and powerful movement of waves to generate energy

A London-based architect has been making waves in the design industry with her vision of a stunning home powered by hydroelectricity.Margot Krasojevic's concept, Hydroelectric Tidal House, aims to harness the consistent and powerful movement of waves to generate energy

For sale: Margot Fonteyn's Arts and Crafts live-in studio. Once the home of English prima ballerina Margot Fonteyn, this Grade II-listed property in London’s West Kensington was designed by Frederick Wheeler in 1891 as one of eight terraced Arts and Crafts dwellings known as St Paul’s Studios, famous for their impressive north-facing double-storey windows. Photograph: Featherstone Leigh

For sale: Margot Fonteyn's Arts and Crafts live-in studio. Once the home of English prima ballerina Margot Fonteyn, this Grade II-listed property in London’s West Kensington was designed by Frederick Wheeler in 1891 as one of eight terraced Arts and Crafts dwellings known as St Paul’s Studios, famous for their impressive north-facing double-storey windows. Photograph: Featherstone Leigh

For sale: Margot Fonteyn's Arts and Crafts live-in studio. Once the home of English prima ballerina Margot Fonteyn, this Grade II-listed property in London’s West Kensington was designed by Frederick Wheeler in 1891 as one of eight terraced Arts and Crafts dwellings known as St Paul’s Studios, famous for their impressive north-facing double-storey windows. Photograph: Featherstone Leigh

For sale: Margot Fonteyn's Arts and Crafts live-in studio. Once the home of English prima ballerina Margot Fonteyn, this Grade II-listed property in London’s West Kensington was designed by Frederick Wheeler in 1891 as one of eight terraced Arts and Crafts dwellings known as St Paul’s Studios, famous for their impressive north-facing double-storey windows. Photograph: Featherstone Leigh

The home uses an inner and outer shell designed to move with ocean current's to generate electricity. The concept was designed by Margot Krasojevic, a London-based architect.

The home uses an inner and outer shell designed to move with ocean current's to generate electricity. The concept was designed by Margot Krasojevic, a London-based architect.

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