Palatial transparent Bubbles for camping directly under the stars

Living in a bubble isn’t that entire bad, and French designer Pierre Stephane Dumas is making sure it’s just as luxurious too! Up for grabs is his latest creation; a range of portable transparent huts called the Bubble collection. These let you enjoy “temporary leisure accommodation” with very little environmental impact, while keeping you one with Mother Nature. You can either opt for the BubbleTree, CristalBubble, BubbleLodge or the BubbleRoom, which can be camped in night and day. The design boasts of creating a “silencing acoustic effect”, and a “air renewal system, which makes living peaceful and comfortable. Dumas explains, “Noises coming from the outside are reduced and noises coming from the inside echo towards the sphere’s hub. This echo drives people to speak quietly bringing about a feeling of appeasement favorable to have a nap.

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While all the huts are 4 meters (13 feet) in diameter, and have been crafted using reinforced, anti-fire and ultraviolet-protective plastic, the CristalBubble and the BubbleRoom are the most spacious and can accommodate a king size bed, and also sport an entry lock where you can store your belongings. The huts feature a wooden floor that can be dismantled in 9 or 10 parts, a portable blower with filter, a protective cover and a transport bag. Prices for the CristalBubble start at €7766 (US$10,987). You can also order the GrandLodge model for €12,900 ($18,100).

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