Beijing Architects MAD Create Innovative Home Additions

By: Christina Butty - Published:   Updated: Jul 14 2011 • References: dezeen
Giving new meaning to the phrase “living in a bubble” are these balloon-shaped home additions created by Beijing architects MAD.

Created as additions to traditional siheyuans, historical Chinese city dwellings, these bubbles strive to improve living conditions while maintaining the urban fabric. With China's population explosion, the first siheyuan appeared in a small courtyard in Beijing and provided a toilet and staircase. These extensions are sure to up the ante!

Implications - Businesses that can satisfy the growing consumer demands for cutting-edge and revolutionary designed products will benefit in significant ways in today's society. Consumers will likely invest their money in products that embody the superiority and modern advancements of the human race.

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