Nov 7, 2020

Gold inflatable house for Mars designed by Hugh Broughton Architects and Pearce+

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“On Mars, it would occupy one of the maze of lava tubes which run beneath the Martian surface,” the architects explained.

Hugh Broughton Architects and Pearce+ are creating Martian House, an inflatable building in Bristol, England, that will explore what an extraterrestrial house for life on Mars could look like.

The house, a collaboration with local artists as part of the ongoing art project Building a Martian House, is set over two levels, with the lower level designed to be built below the ground of the red planet.

The upper level will be made from a gold inflatable formwork, which is being developed by specialists Inflate.

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