Philippe Mousset, Organic Bubble House
Philippe Mousset has arranged it with a community of friends. The advantage of the concept, it was that the occupants had the opportunity to transform it as they wished before solidifying the outer shell. Once they felt comfortable there and the layout was right for them, all they had to do was spray plaster containing fiberglass on the stretched canvas. It was then gone to last. A Fleurus, the premises have been occupied for ten years. Then, we abandoned them.
A Bubble House (1981) in Fleurus, BELGIUM Architect Philippe Mousset a beautiful ruin of a rare Belgian Bulle House built by and for one of Antti Lovag's former assistants.
The 21/7/1979 – 7 mn : A Report on a special type of house : home knitting, or bubble house. The architect, Philippe Mousset, lives there with his family and explains to us this concept of modular house at will, made of plaster and glass wool ...
(Former Family Farm of Philippe Mousset)
Bernard Tirtiaux buys the family farm 1980 to transform it into a cultural and creative place. He renovates it mainly with salvage material that he has gleaned here, over there. Since he started, the Ferme de Martinrou is a recognized place of cultural interest in the Metropolis.
The bubble house, installed at the end of the garden of the Martinrou Farm is impressive, a real elf house..
La Ferme de Martinrou in brief :
Martinrou's team counts 6 workers
9 shows for all audiences and 8 shows for young audiences are scheduled per year
1 000 theater season subscribers
In total, We count 10.000 admissions over the year for all shows
23 different workshops and 7 internship weeks are organized per year