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Museumotel / Pascal Hausermann


These 1960s Pascal Hausermann-designed bubble houses in Raon-l’Etape northeastern France are on the market. The history starts in the mid-1960s, when a hotelier read about a young architect and his bubble house concept, which promised affordable dwellings made out of concrete. The result was nine domed houses around a central building. Essentially creating a small village. In 1967 that idea became reality. If you want to be the next custodian of this place, the asking price is €800,000 — via WowHaus

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