Futuristic Inflatable Domes By Architects Of Air

Futuristic Inflatable Domes By Architects Of Air
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These sensational inflatable domes that resemble futuristic space stations are the creation of the Architects of Air, a company specialized in creating gigantic immerse sculptures.

“For almost a decade, the firm has been building these pneumatic neon Hobbit holes, mounting 500 installations in an astounding 37 countries.

Assembly of a luminarium can take about four hours and reach a size of up to 1,000 square meters.

Each structure’s peaks and domes along its exterior results in a completely different experience inside, depending on how the sunlight is filtered and sliced. It’s a simple concept, yet due to the dramatic interaction of color and geometry, the effect is simply breathtaking.”

Marco Conti | Elite.

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