We simply love inflatable architecture, or 'bubbletecture'. It pops up and disappears and it's highly flexible. Furthermore, inflatable structures can easily upgrade public space by establishing a whole new atmosphere. Check out our previous articles on inflatable projects here, here and here. The so-called Spacebuster by Raumlabor is another exciting project worth mentioning.
In our series reporting about amazing inflatable spaces we found, this project at the Libarynth research site of our friend Cocky Eek, is called 'Inflatable Inspirations'.
Some time ago I stumbled upon the work of some great offices who dedicate their energy to producing fine temporary inflatable spaces. Lately we wrote about the project ‘Hovercraft Modernism’ by Raumlabor Berlin. One of their other projects is the Kitchen Monument. This is a bubble that fits perfectly in raw urban settings, in dark […]
The project Hovercraft - Lifting Modernism is a project by Raumlabor an urban office from Berlin.
Repurposing shipping containers has become an architecture trend, but now they're being used to create intensive care units for COVID-19 patients in over-stretched hospitals.
Visit Sweden promotes the country's design culture with a museum that cannot be visited physically. Instead, the Swedish Design Museum offers personal experiences in private homes and packed into backpacks.