Gallery: France’s Museumotel is a Retro Retreat Complete With Bubbly Po...

 
Pascal Hausermann designed the project in 1965 when he was asked to elaborate on his modular building ideas, which were practical yet distinguished themselves from regular grey cities.

The interiors of the bubble houses reflect their facades — they consist of large circular rooms with curved doorways and arching staircases. Situated on an island within a river, these concrete structures are only accessible by bridge and are surrounded by 41 acres of woods and a small artificial brook.

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