This thesis is based on a fictive scenario in the year 2100 and focuses on the consequences and opportunities of flooding, and the effects it has on the environment and the lives of both human and non-human species. As we are facing severe issues within the current climate crisis, we need to reimagine ways of adapting and living within flooded areas, as they will be rapidly increasing. Communities will be displaced and homes will be lost due to flooding, however, microbes such as algae live and grow within these floods. Based in the heart of Stockport, on the River Mersey I focused on creating floating homes for the displaced community of Stockport, allowing algae to continuously grow in the flooded water and on the facade of floating homes, essentially to co-exist. The proposal aims to utilize algae as a natural resource for energy, food, and CO2 purification within the atmosphere. Algae is embraced and grows continuously on the façade of the homes, working as a living system from the outside in, which intern aids the environment by reducing carbon emissions. The floating clusters of homes will be supported by a series of floating bridges that connect to both water and land in Stockport. The homes will be built in modules that can be adapted by different users. The bridges will be built by the community in modules, as a quick and functional method of a transportation link.