If you think Attrap Reves Hotel in France is cool, you probably will be happy to know you can have something similar just in your backyard. The transparent inflatable bubble tent lets you live outside, but with all the comforts of home. The four meter tent has enough space to host 2 people. Alougth this tent isn’t point-rock resistant, it is water-proof and fire retardant. Hence, it is prefect when you want to roast smores outside in a raining day. Of course, 1000 USD for a tent might look a bit expensive. It might be worth it for its comfort and easy setup.
You can purchase it on Amazon now.
The Camping Doughnut is a design concept created by Sungha Lim, Hyunmook Lim, and Han Kim that replaces the traditional tent with a collapsible, rearrangeable and transportable camping modular system. The tent substitute comes with two basic shapes. “I” shapes are a single, straight tube capable of housing 2 to 4 people in a pair of sleeping rooms and a living room; and the curved “C” shape Camping Doughnut offers the same accommodations, but also blocks wind on 3 sides to generate a central outdoor space for campfires and recreation. Combine two “C” shapes to create an “S” or “O” shape for additional space, privacy, and weather shielding. Moreover, due to its collapsible design, you can easily fold and fix it to the rooftop of your car for easy transportation. So no more pain of the pitching of the tents.. Happy Camping!
Most of us loves treehouse but it takes too much to build one by ourselves. To have similar treehouse kind experience, tree house architect Alex Shirley-Smith designed Tentsile, a portable suspended tree house that you can take anywhere. This innovative product has the comfort and versatility of a hammock and multi-person occupancy of a tent. It is fully waterproof, UV resistant, and comes with insect mesh roofs. There really is no better way to make camp and hang out in nature. The only problem I can see is it might take some effort to hang the tent in the air and not sure how much hurt will cause to the trees.
Above picture might look like a giant fish bowls, but it is actually a totally see-through inflatable tents. For a mere £400 a night, tourists can spend an evening in the transparent inflatable BubbleTree
. Created by French designer Pierre Stephane Dumas, the bizarre transparent structures are designed to get people as close to nature as possible.