Designer Pierre Stéphane Dumas‘ celebrated BubbleTrees have been utilised to comprise a complete-scale camping hotel, ensuring that visitors to France’s Bouches-du-Rhône area feel pampered even though nonetheless obtaining the finest views achievable. The transparent, globe-shaped tents are produced from UV-reflecting, recyclable supplies. Due to their geometry, the acoustics reduce outdoors sounds, while an echo within the sphere encourages inhabitants to speak softly, thereby enhancing the meditative really feel of the environs. Last but not least, these concerned with privacy can enjoy a constructed-in curtain that’s drawn from the bottom up, making certain that what takes place in the bubble, stays in the bubble.
Gone Camping [Cassandra Daily]