Inflatables are an interesting way to make space. On the one hand, they are visually powerful and massive. On the other hand, they are soft, puffy, and temporary. What’s not to love?
One of my favorite examples is by architect Kengo Kuma, whose work is characterized by semi-transparency and playing with the concept of a surface. Here, we have his inflatable tea house at the Museum für Angewandte Kunst Frankfurt.