Bubble House / Claude Hausermann-Costy

Claude Hausermann-Costy’s Bubble House in Uzes, Gard is on the market. A 1970s design, but based on ideas that took root back in the 1960s. Back in that decade artists and architects were exploring new approaches to the way we built houses, moving away from the traditional brick build. One of those ideas was to create something that was more in keeping with nature and with new techniques available to architects and builders, it only needed someone to take the leap of faith and move things off the drawing board and into reality. That someone was Joel Unal, who built the Bubble House you see here in 1972, using a steel frame sprayed with concrete and using plans conceived by Claude Hausermann-Cost — via WowHaus

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