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When designing this home in Hillsborough, California, in 1976, William Nicholson took direct inspiration from Neff. Not only will the Inflatable Bubble House elevate your events and backyard experiences, but it also serves as a sustainable choice. ALL of these things leave stains on our products which cannot be removed and subsequently spoil our equipment.
The first ever to build a bubble house was Wallace Neff back in the 1940s in Litchfield Park, Arizona. After months of testing, they finally created a high quality Bubble House that effectively circulates balloons with enhanced durability to sustain the wear and tear of events.
And it’s so easy to blend with the colour scheme of the day, matching your balloons to the bride and bridesmaid’s dresses. We prefer not to set the bubble house up if it is raining, stormy or if there are winds exceding 24km/h. From Wallace’s original design to multi-dome mansions and other amorphous properties, these funky homes will have you rethinking if right angles are even necessary. Thanks to technologies integrated into the design, the house keeps the space cool in summer and retains heat in winter. We reserve the right to cancel on the day if the above is not adhered to and you will still be charged.
The experience requires the audience to be on their feet, moving around the venue for approximately 60 minutes, however the experience does not feature tension or highly physical movements.With its impressive 4-meter diameter, our Bubble House provides ample space to host a memorable gathering. Constructed in the late 1960s by Swiss architect Pascal Hausermann, the estate was intended to become a Utopian society.