AirArchitecture House-Shaped Inflatable Tent
How has a house-shaped inflatable tent like AirArchitecture not been the most popular camping shelter for years now? It makes every other tent look like only the measly roof got plopped on the ground. And even Heimplanet's polygonal inflatables don't provide the same head clearance. Mr. LiuYibei's AirArchitecture looks like a game changer to me. And not just for semi-roughing it on weekends away. Why not put up AirArchitecture structures in open spaces designated as homeless housing communities? Sure, there are some limitations in terms of HVAC and plumbing and the like, but they're sure better than the ripped-up Colemans and strung-about tarps I see all over encampments now.
The AirArchitecture sets up easy with a pump, and takes about 8 minutes to inflate. It has a 7.9' x 7.2' footprint, and at the roof peak stands just over 9' tall. Windows on all sides roll open, made of water- and fire-resistant polyester like the rest of the tent shell. Support is provided by airframe pillars and beams.