When I first saw these photos, it was hard for me to believe that these bubbles are oversized tents and not, in fact, whimsical miniatures or unusual dollhouses. It turns out that these igloo-shaped, transparent shelters were designed by Pierre-Stéphane Dumas as magical escapes from city living.
Two French hotels, Attrap’Rêves and Sky River, are both using Dumas' bubbles as luxury camping accommodations for those who wish to gaze at the stars from bed. Each is outfitted with modern furnishings, but I can't speak for indoor plumbing. I imagine the lack of running water is something even the camping averse might suffer through for a night to experience life in a bubble.
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