Wayback Machine 1968: Haus Rucker Co. Inflatable Retreat


We called Kengo Kuma's Inflatable Tea House serene and relaxing, which is what a tea house should be; 40 Years ago, "Haus Rucker Co created this device consisting of a pulsating bubble inside a large inflatable capsule, which was supported by a waist-high metal frame. At its core was a bed with ample room for two people to recline and take it easy. A repeat pattern of inflation and deflation created a soft, pulsating rhythm, to which the inhabitants were supposed to adapt and relax." ::Thred via ::ArchiSpass

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