Friday, 30 March 2012

Although Soufflé is a word used mostly in baking, the definition, as seen below, is perfect for our inflatables company :-) We use an airflow system for our structures, meaning there is a fan constantly blowing air into the form to keep it inflated. Inflatables are amazing because they have so many benefits:

Why Inflatable?
> Pack down small enough to fit into a backpack.
> Lightweight and quick to install.
> No tooling is involved in the production hence the freedom to create organic and asymmetrical forms economically.
> Brings joy to everyone :)
 
Why Studio Soüfflé?
> Mahani & Gaia have 9 years of experience combined in the design and production of stunning inflatable structures and objects.
> Each project will be given bespoke care and attention to achieve the individual client needs.
> Studio Soüfflé have the experience and expertise to turn any humble object (i.e a potty or a shoe) into a masterpiece.


[soo-fley, soo-fley] souf•flé
1) a light baked dish made fluffy with beaten egg whites
combined with egg yolks, white sauce, and fish, cheese,
or other ingredients.
2) 1813, from Fr. soufflé , noun use of pp. of souffler
“puff up,” from L.sufflare, from sub- “under, up
from under” + flare “to blow”.

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