Paul Kozak

"Bulle" à 6 Coques

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Involved in the project of restoration of the Maison "Bulle" à 6 Coques or the Six-Shell Bubble House.

A venture that involves dismantling, transportation and reconstruction of the avant-garde dwelling developed by architect Jean Maneval in 1964. The original unit was built of composites in Gripp, France. The project requires careful planning, excellent knowledge of synthetic materials and understanding of how sphere structures work. It is a long process that needs meticulous refurbishment of the surface of each “bulle”.

Enjoying the tremendous French cuisine, during the few days on the site in the Hautes Pyrénées, was a bonus.