Modular Decagon Tents Expand Into Cozy Honeycomb Shelters

by , 11/01/11

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Camping season may be officially over, but perhaps this awesome expandable decagon tent could tempt urbanites to venture into the wild during the rainy season. These cool adaptable tents can be arranged into endless honeycomb-shaped combinations to make the resulting structure as roomy as you want it. Designed by Japanese outdoor company Logos, the tents are the recent winners of Japan’s GOOD Design Award. The innovative modular tents also look really cool and cozy when they’re lit up from the inside.

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Via Spoon and Tamago

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1 Comment

  1. S. November 4, 2011 at 8:47 pm

    Concept – good. Execution- bad. Poor ventilation and factor in exhaust fumes. Normally you go camping to enjoy the outdoors rather than hide in tunnels.

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