Rising house prices in the capital are pushing many young people into buying 'blue space'. Accessing an entire property - rather than a house or flat share - is increasingly un-affordable on land, so boats are a much more viable way for young people to live independently. As architects cotton on to this trend, myriad proposals are emerging to turn 'generation rent' into 'generation float'. These include floating 'waterhoods', high rise docking stations for canal boats or the creation of a '34th Borough' in the Thames estuary. In this video a couple and their friend are using their house boat in Barking as a space of work too - hosting their supper club - 'The Ship's Kitchen'. The Ship's Kitchen uses the perceived quirkiness of boat living to add appeal to the event, glamorizing this compensatory form of home making.