See6s, an interdisciplinary team of designers, business strategists, and social activists from the MBA in Design Strategy program at California College of the Arts, designed the Lily Raft to make the transportation of people and goods safer and more effective during a flood. With rising sea levels due to climate change, communities around the world are in desperate need of solutions to travel safely in severe flood conditions. Inspired by the Giant Water Lily, or Victoria amazonica, the Lily Raft is a compact, self-inflating modular attachment to a rescue boat that enables relief workers to transport several households to safety at once. The Lily Raft is inspired by the lily pad, whose fractal system of hollow air tubes allows it to carry a significant amount of weight in water. The modular design of the rafts facilitates maximum flexibility as they can be configured into various formations to best meet the needs of the flood situation.