29 Sep '15, 5pm

Crazy Kokomo Ailand is a self-propelled floating island for the 1%

. Featuring a penthouse, jungle deck with a waterfall and even a shark-feeding station, Kokomo Ailand is the first floating structure of its kind to move under its own power. According to the designers, the island can be customized to fit the client's needs. And here's the craziest part of this story: the developers told CNN clients around the world have expressed interest in having one of their own.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/crazy-kokomo-ailand-is-a-self-propel...

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