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The Bubble Room is semi-transparent, offering its guests some privacy along with a panoramic view of the sky. A couple visits a "bubble room" on July 26, 2011 in a parc of Roubaix, northern France. The bubble room made with recycled plastic and kept under pressure by a silent blower can be rent as an hotel room in the middle of the nature. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPPE HUGUEN

The Casa Bubble houses are not meant to be permanent structures and are actually being marketed for temporary exhibitions, temporary eco-tourism structures, and special event occasions. Each module is made from a recycled/recyclable PVC material and leaves little impact behind on the land that they touch — just be certain that you are not crushing any endangered foliage, and that set-up does not require any major removing or clearing underfoot.

If you have a large enough space, you can set-up your own temporary bubble tree empire. The various modules can be added to indefinitely.

+ Casa Bubble


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  1. Jacqueline Swett March 25, 2014 at 1:36 pm


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