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Bubble Tree: Igloo Camping

Not all igloos are made from snow. Most igloos wouldn't last the heat of summer. But Pierre Stephane Dumas has created a whole new type of igloo. Meet the Bubble Tree. Simply beautiful! Absolute gl...
  • Ray K. Alan

    Inflatable igloos... This little bubble, the brainchild of Pierre Stephane Dumas, not only looks great, but it serves as the perfect compromise. For those who like to sleep under the stars but would rather not be exposed to everything that Mother Nature might throw at them, here's the BubbleTree. More here...

  • Gail Crockett

    15 craziest hotels around the world Bubble Tree Hotel, France. You can get half-translucent bubbles as well. In 8 different natural locations.

  • Margaret McGough

    See-through bubble tent camp under the stars in still.

  • Angelica Berrie

    $11,000-$18,500 "Bubble Tree" tents by Pierre Stéphane Dumas for stargazing

  • Libba Heptner

    bubble party.

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