The Mail-Online focuses on architectural designs for the Caribbean proposed by Binishells company, which claims that its structures may be the greenest way to build ever invented. The article underlines that “from inflatable ‘bubble’ airports to Hobbit-style Caribbean hotels” these eco-designs “show how we will travel in the future.” See excerpts here; the full article and series of astounding designs in the link below:
These unusual, domed buildings could be the hotels and airports of the future. Designs have been released showing how these ‘bubble’ buildings could be used to create environmentally sustainable hubs around the world.
With a design for an airport and even a curved Caribbean resort with trees growing up through the centre, these Binishells buildings could be the affordable way to build in the future. The structures are created by covering a flat balloon-like bladder with reinforcing bars and wet concrete before gently inflating it to…
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