Photo credit: Wu Qingshan
China-based OPEN Architecture has unveiled MARS Case, a minimalist self-sustaining structure that boasts a light bulb-inspired design with a square base and an inflatable ‘living bubble’. Measuring just 7.8ft long, 7.8ft wide and 6.5ft tall, there’s a main living area, bathroom, desk, chairs and a storage area, on the inside. Smartphones can be used to control appliances as well as other functions, such as lighting. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
“There’s even windows attached to the bubble-like structure that would pop out upon inflation. Open Architecture wanted to make sure the structure doesn’t impose on its surrounding environment, so they took great care in integrating it into the ecosystem,” reports The Daily Mail.