This Crazy ’70s Bubble House Got a Colorful Renovation
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We wouldn’t mind living in a bubble, if it was this one. The Maison Bernard, located in the South of France, was originally designed and built in the ’70s by Hungarian architect Antti Lovag, and has recently been renovated by French architect Odile Decq.
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The house is comprised of a series of bubbles connected by curving hallways. Since the renovation, the house now hosts an annual artist residence program and can be visited by the public.