Called 'Second Dome,' this park pavilion was designed by the Spanish Architects 'DOSIS' for a park in East London.
The Second Dome was created for an event in which families can make pinatas and view film screenings. The inflatable space is diverse in its design and was able to transform from a pod to a structure that is six times its size. The yellow and transparent sculpture featured expansive seating areas for those visiting it and even contained semi-private rooms in which people were able to relax. Decorated with plants and bright furniture pieces, this park pavilion likely captured the attention of visitors to the area.
The Second Dome reveals the diversity that inflatable structures are able to achieve in their functions.