Les trois modules gonflables de l’île de Vassivière
Hans-Walter Müller

PVC, plastic cloth, wooden platform, engine, 400 x 528 cm in diameter

Commande publique of the Ministère de la culture et de la communication (owner Ciap) in 2007

Born 1935 in Worm (Germany), Hans Wlater Müller lives and works in La Ferté-Alais.

Hans Walter Müller's inflatable structures can be grasped in many fashion : playful, ephemeral, memories of a nomadic time... All of this is true but this process encompasses real questions towards architectur e and its many uses. This modules are also providing real solutions to chosen way of lives. The pair of creators, Marie-France Vesperini and Hans Walter Müller are for twenty years embarked in the great adventure of living under, inside, with an inflatable habitat serving many functions (protective skin as well as screening surface). They have been entrusted with the mission of bringing back to life this fascinating page of the history of architecture that is telling about the party, about nomadism and about a new way of considering our relationship with nature and our environment. 


Copyright: Marc Domage