Amococo by Architects of Air. Massive inflatable sculpture for festivals and other events, where guests can wander through its labyrinthine halls.
Luminarium Mirazozo by Dave Gorman, via Flickr Pavilions, Booths & Exhibits are all temporary, so should be made from materials that won’t go to a landfill. At the same time, they need to be solid, durable, lightweight and collapsible. http://blog.laqfoil.com/?p=963
:: heart: this brilliant & clever installation - Tape Installation by For Use/Numen at DMY Berlin
Numen/For Use is a Croatian-Austrian design collective working in the fields of scenography, industrial and spatial design and conceptual art.
Magazine - A Climbable Blow-Up Net by Numen/For Use
Meanwhile in Holland; Pop Up Transparent Church, measures 5 by 6 by 8 meters, including steeple, according to the Goedgelovig blog. Capable of holding about 30 people, the church now tours the Netherlands, popping up at festivals, company events and in private settings- The brainchild of self-proclaimed philosopher Frank Los.
Blow-up church Traditional enough to require a church wedding but eccentric enough to find an inflatable chapel acceptable? There’s simply no choice but to have a blow-up church delivered to the site of your preference. "Innovations Xtreme" produces this highly unusual structure, which comes complete with pews, an organ, an altar, candles, a gold cross and angels flanking the door – all made of plastic filled with air. At night and from a distance, the church looks surprisingly…