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Saturday, December 05, 2020

Ephemeral bubbles at the Aire de Bardenas Hotel in Tudela (Navarre)

The Bubble houses, by French designer Pierre-Stephane Dumas, dot a site located three kilometers from the historic quarter of Tudela, by the Bardenas Reales Natural Park and in a spectacular semidesert landscape with strong northwest winds. Their insertion within the Aire de Bardenas Hotel – designed by Emiliano López and Mónica Rivera (see AV Monografías 129-130) – has been planned by Blasco Esparza Arquitectos. Placed along a concrete path, the temporary accommodations are spherical and inflatable structures containing a small room and a bathroom, and built with rigid aluminum and reinforced plastic. The envelope’s interplay of transparencies and white tones offers impressive views of the arid landscape
Dossier Inflatables. Arquitectura Viva 163

Dossier Inflatables. Arquitectura Viva 163

Vicente Sarrablo y Nuria Prieto
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