This Helium-Filled Floating Structure Is Perfect For A Wedding (Video)
Sep 01, 2013 17:57
Design studio Qastic has a cool idea. They use floating structures in its architecture using an inflatable helium filled pavilion for a garden wedding ceremony.
The technology is held in place by long pieces of fabric that's tethered to the ground. It ends up feeling more open and inviting, while providing some level of shelter from the elements. Check it out below:
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