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Pros & Cons Of Inflatable Architecture

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Inflatable architecture is gaining more popularity as it makes for convenient temporary structures that are easy to erect and move, plus they can look more attractive than regular tents. The inflatable architecture began in the 1960s with inflatable structures created for various events and exhibitions. Today inflatable architecture has definitely evolved in terms of shapes and designs but durability is still an issue making inflatable structures temporary.

Pros & Cons Of Inflatable Architecture

The advantage of inflatable structures is that they can be spacious as well as attractive. They can be erected anywhere as well as easily moved from place to place making them perfect for museum exhibitions and cultural or private events like wedding receptions and birthday parties. There are, of course, new technologies that make it possible to integrate an inflatable structure with more durable and sturdy parts.

Pros & Cons Of Inflatable Architecture

Another plus of inflatable structures is versatility. They can be used as gazebos, tents, art galleries, reception venues, art installations, temporary housing and other. They can be located anywhere providing with covered space in case of bad weather as well as thanks to modern elaborate designs inflatable structures can look stylish and beautiful.

Pros & Cons Of Inflatable Architecture

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