Pierre Cardin’s Bubble Palace

The Bubble Palace was built between 1975 and 1989 by the Hungarian architect Antti Lovag, who wanted to design a home that mimicked prehistoric human dwellings in caves. Its undulating lines, circular spaces and lack of corners were the trademarks of Lovag, who said he considered the straight line to be ‘an aggression against nature’.

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Check out the Guardian for some amazing pics!

BTW, it is on the market for €350mm. I love this shot that includes the neighbor’s place

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