airclad, inflatable architecture, bubbletechture, dwell design, prefab buildings, sustainable design, green buildings

The inflatable pool house is 32 feet long and made out of an opaque and solar-reflective PVC which can be customized in a range of colors, or remain a more subtle white. This form of inflatable architecture is often dubbed ‘bubbletechture’, and is rapidly making a name for itself as a quirky potential alternative to more traditional prefab structures.

This is the first year Dwell on Design will be featuring inflatables, so if you’re in LA, definitely go check it out!

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Images courtesy of AirClad