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The roomoon was designed by Rufus Martin as an a-level project at Bryanston School. He continued to develop the spherical tents, and now they can be ordered by anybody around the world. Each tent is handcrafted from a sheet of lightweight yet durable canvas. The roomoon’s design allows it to completely open up to the world outside, and circular windows allow air and light to enter the interior.

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The roomoon’s frame is made from stainless steel, and it’s designed to collapse so the tent can be easily transported for camping trips and festivals. Each tent also features a floor made from beautiful and lightweight pine wood. Once a tent has been assembled, it can be hoisted to the heavens using a special pulley system. Pricing for the roomoon starts at £3500, and upgrades include cushions, rugs, beanbags, and integrated LED lights.

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According to the website, “Being in the roomoon is like being in a balloon soaring through the tree canopies. You really feel like a part of something much bigger and more important.”

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