Crystal Bubble, produced by BubbleTree, is a project by designer Pierre-Stéphane Dumas, who interprets his desire for contact with nature in this way. Made of a recyclable, anti-U crystalline material. A minimal entrance supported by a lightweight frame creates a barrier between outside and inside. A fan ensures the renewal of the air and the right humidity, maintaining the internal pressure that supports the structure.
Architect, urban planner and theorist, Jean Maneval developed in 1964 a dwelling unit made entirely of synthetic materials. Industrially produced and marketed in series in 1968, it was part of the program to equip an experimental center for holidays in the mountains, in a