Posts Tagged ‘inflatable’

pneuspaces / pneuforms


Pneumatic structures have always been associated with mobility, movement, freedom and escape, with particular origins in French society. The promise of inflatables has been explored since the invention of the pneumatic tire by André Michelin in 1895, which promised a new, or pneu, means by which to access distance places. In 1968, the work of […]


vac-pac patterns

As John Carl Flugel observed in his book The Psychology of Clothes “ Clothes, like the house, are protective; but, being nearer the body and actually supported on it, they are (unlike the house) portable. With their help we carry – like snails and tortoises- a sort of home upon our backs, and enjoy the […]