Have you ever imagined living inside an inflatable house? If yes, you need to check out the inflatable pool house by AirClad, which will be exhibited at the Dwell on Design show at the Los Angeles Convention Center, California next weekend. Dubbed Bubbletecture, the concept of inflatables is getting a great attention owing to the ever-increasing space problems and consumers’ interest in outdoor living. Along with AirClad, Dwell on Design show will also display inflatables from the house of CasaBubble, a California firm that designs Bubble houses.
The AirClad inflatable pool house draws inspiration from David Hockney painting “The Big Splash” and measures 32 feet long, 13 feet tall and 16 feet wide. The unusual structure is made of polyester-reinforced, solar-reflective PVC, which could be made available in a range of hues. There are no doors or any enclosures, and they use air to pump up the base, walls and roof of the pool house.
The Bubbletecture is being considered a great alternative to prefabricated structures. AirClad, an offshoot of British firm Inflate, creates custom inflatables for both residential and commercial use. The firm has already created inflatables for its clients in Belgium, London, Australia and the Middle East.