From Billowing Inflatable Rooms to White Pillow Tents

 - Oct 1, 2013
While the technique of inflating an object is often associated with pool toys or playful outdoor equipment, these striking examples of inflatable architecture are showcasing how architects are utilizing this iconic technique to add eccentric flair to their designs.

Even though inflatable objects are often known for their limited structural capabilities, these inflatable architectural structures are showcasing that ballooning design can have a visually impressive impact. While these playful structural buildings may not be as easily blown up as a toy ball can, the overall appearance that these inflatable structures showcase is simply a magnificent sight to be seen.

From inflatable cultural centres to transparent bathroom igloos, these stunning examples of inflatable architecture will definitely expand people's imagination as to what can be structurally achieved.