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An inflatable pavilion that looks like a soap bubble, by Plastique Fantastique

An inflatable pavilion that looks like a soap bubble, by Plastique Fantastique

Washington D.C.’s Hirshhorn Musuem and Sculpture Garden, part of the Smithsonian Institute, will soon get a stunning inflatable pavilion that will wrap around one side of the round building and balloon up from its ceiling. Architects Diller Scofidio + Renfro

Washington D.C.’s Hirshhorn Musuem and Sculpture Garden, part of the Smithsonian Institute, will soon get a stunning inflatable pavilion that will wrap around one side of the round building and balloon up from its ceiling. Architects Diller Scofidio + Renfro

Plastique Fantastique is a collective for temporary architecture that samples the performative possibilities of urban environments. Plastique Fantastique has been influenced by the unique circumstances that made the city a laboratory for temporary spaces. Plastique Fantastique's synthetic structures affect surrounding spaces like a soap bubble does: Similar to a foreign body, it occupies and mutates urban space.

Plastique Fantastique is a collective for temporary architecture that samples the performative possibilities of urban environments. Plastique Fantastique has been influenced by the unique circumstances that made the city a laboratory for temporary spaces. Plastique Fantastique's synthetic structures affect surrounding spaces like a soap bubble does: Similar to a foreign body, it occupies and mutates urban space.

inflatable structures

inflatable structures

German Architecture firm Raumlabor-Berlin has created an incredible inflatable pavilion that will be popping up in parks throughout London this summer as a mobile event space. Dubbed Portavilion, the futuristic-looking bubble building sets up in a snap and can be easily deflated and packed up after each event, saving on the manpower and resources required to erect a standard stage.

German Architecture firm Raumlabor-Berlin has created an incredible inflatable pavilion that will be popping up in parks throughout London this summer as a mobile event space. Dubbed Portavilion, the futuristic-looking bubble building sets up in a snap and can be easily deflated and packed up after each event, saving on the manpower and resources required to erect a standard stage.

German Architecture firm Raumlabor-Berlin has created an incredible inflatable pavilion that will be popping up in parks throughout London this summer as a mobile event space. Dubbed Portavilion, the futuristic-looking bubble building sets up in a snap and can be easily deflated and packed up after each event, saving on the manpower and resources required to erect a standard stage.

German Architecture firm Raumlabor-Berlin has created an incredible inflatable pavilion that will be popping up in parks throughout London this summer as a mobile event space. Dubbed Portavilion, the futuristic-looking bubble building sets up in a snap and can be easily deflated and packed up after each event, saving on the manpower and resources required to erect a standard stage.

Berlin based Italian artist Marco Barotti creates sounds with and for architectural installations in urban spaces. The hallmark of the urban interventions of Plastique Fantastique – a Berlin based collective –

Berlin based Italian artist Marco Barotti creates sounds with and for architectural installations in urban spaces. The hallmark of the urban interventions of Plastique Fantastique – a Berlin based collective –

Plastique Fantastique is a Berlin based creative group that experiment with temporary architecture and play with private and public spaces in the urban environment. This particular pavilion was created for the Art and Culture Festival in Neukölln, Berlin, in 2008 in collaboration with sound designer Lorenzo Brusci.

Plastique Fantastique is a Berlin based creative group that experiment with temporary architecture and play with private and public spaces in the urban environment. This particular pavilion was created for the Art and Culture Festival in Neukölln, Berlin, in 2008 in collaboration with sound designer Lorenzo Brusci.

cheryl baxter: fantastic trailer - a mobile pavilion constructed out of draft columns.

cheryl baxter: fantastic trailer - a mobile pavilion constructed out of draft columns.