Bellemo & Cat Create a Cocoon House From Aircraft Engineering

By: Rachel Bowman - Published: Aug 28, 2009   Updated: Jul 25 2011 • References: designerchoice.au and notcot.org
Using the engineering of the Zeppelin Airship, Bellemo & Cat’s Cocoon House looks like a crashed airship on the slope of a hill. Located in the Australian forest, the Cocoon House is entirely wood-paneled on the inside
and is surprisingly modern given its old airship exterior.

Bellemo & Cat’s Cocoon House is definitely a site to be seen, as seeing a Zeppelin Airship is interesting enough, living in one is even more interesting.

Implications - Consumers in modern society are only attracted to the most clean-cut designs. Products that feature a contemporary aesthetic are appealing to those who want to stay on the cutting edge of trends. Companies trying to stay relevant could adopt this when coming out with new items.