Inflatable Playascape, PneuHaus, Burning Man 2015

I’ve never been a fan of the “bouncy castle” genre of temporary play installations, so it’s exciting to see the new company PneuHaus (founded in 2013 by designers Matthew Muller and August Lehrecke) re-interpreting the playable inflatable by draping two types of nets– loosely woven for climbing and tightly woven for sitting–over giant air-filled columns.  It’s Burning Man, so grown-ups at play, but I’d love to see kids get a chance at this Playascape.

Also don’t miss their Pneumatic Masonry (last 2 photos), which is like a temporary, air-filled version of the bubble climbers of Peter Pearce from the 1970s and 1980s.   Very interesting ideas here…I’ll be watching, PneuHaus! (and thanks to Chris for the tip!)


2 Responses to “Inflatable Playascape, PneuHaus, Burning Man 2015”

  1. José Villablanca said:

    very interesting

    November 02, 2015 at 5:26 pm

  2. Jordan said:

    Amazing work! This definitely looks like a fun inflatable to play on. Thanks for sharing!

    October 29, 2015 at 9:34 am

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