Experiencing wilderness beauty can be one of the most amazing experiences. One can stand in the heart of nature, watch it burst with life and listen to the sounds of the wild. However, despite the fact that many might want to experience this, now everyone is cut out for living in tents on the hard ground. CasaBubble solves this problem by bringing comfort in the middle of nature.
French designers Frédéric Richard and Pierre-Stéphane Dumas came up with an idea that would allow not just naturalists to enjoy the lure of the wilderness. With their set of inflatable rooms everyone from casual campers to boutique businesses can explore a comfortable outdoor experience. The inflatable structures that make up CasaBubble have minimal impact on the environment. However, the ability to observe and experience nature is maximized.
According to its creators, CasaBubble is “consistent with a macroeconomic approach on [a] human scale that seeks to ease the pressure of construction while protecting the natural environment,” and also offers an “interesting possibility for eco-tourism.”
The CasaBubble structures are sets of clear and partially obscured rooms and passageways. They are made of recycled, UV-treated, fire-resistant PVC. Silent turbines are used to keep the rooms continuously inflated. The same turbines have another use as well. They filter and recycle the air in the rooms, clean up allergens, get rid of pests and regulate the temperature.
Moreover, the CasaBubble will also appeal to those who prefer a more elegant design. The bubbles that make up this structure give it a charming look. Micheal Sylvester, managing director of Dwell on Design pointed out that: “[T]here’s something about bubbles and air and transparency in a structure that fascinate[s] everyone … [T]here’s an improbability about them that almost seems like magic.”
The creators of CasaBubble revealed that their creation does more than simply keep pests out of the rooms. “[A] spherical structure has an astonishing acoustic effect. Noises outside are muffled and sounds inside bounce back to the center of the sphere so that people instinctively speak more softly. The sphere has a calming effect and generates a feeling of well-being.”
What do you think of this comfortable invention?