Gallery: Rotterdam’s Bubble Building is the World’s Most Temporary Stru...

We've long advocated temporary design with a tiny footprint, but no structure is more temporary, nor more beautiful, than this awesome Bubble Building by DUS Architects. Created this Spring as part of the ZigZagCity festival in Rotterdam, the iridescent pavilion consists of 16 hexagonal-shaped ponds full of soapy water that together make up 35 square meters of reflective space. Visitors create their own buildings by stepping into the ponds wearing rubber boots and then pulling up steel handlebars to construct fleeting soap walls around them.

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