Pierre Cardin 's bubble house by Antti Lovag, also Called Palais Bulles (bubbles palace) this house near Cannes was started to be built from 1975 for French industrialist Pierre Bernard, and sold in 1989 by Sothebys to fashion designer Pierre Cardin.
Architect Go Hasegawa collaborated with San Francisco–based company Airbnb to craft this two-story dwelling, clad in Yoshino cedar, as a combination community center and guest accommodation, with the first floor serving as a cozy public area for the townspeople to relax and chat and the second floor providing space for travelers and guests. After House Vision 2016, the prototype will be moved to the town of Yoshino and listed on Airbnb.
With a futuristic and retro look, the concept of this home is based on its melting and liquid appearance. Everything seems to melt, from the façade to the interior design, through curves and rounded furniture.