The Souk 21,000 square feet of stretch tents
Designed by Andrew "Haggis" Johnstone with a crew of 100
105' high 32 Tons
The poles can be positioned randomly
The head was 17' high and weight 1.3 ton
If you want to recreate the Souk in your garden or for next year at BRC
Proprietary corner and side fixings
Ready to burn
One of 7 Optimum 350 tent designed by late Bill Moss
Here at the Alternative Energy Zone Village with Jellyfish camp
Heavy duty cotton canvas with aviation grade aluminum poles.
Made by Delta Canopy, sorry for the (free) product placement I want to see more of them around instead of rows of walled off RV's camps.
Again, a free product placement because these Lotus Belle tents are sooooo cute, see above my rant against these fortresses of RV's creating lifeless streets without interaction with the walled-off guests.
A Sibley tent, this is not the brand, just the name of the mid-19th century American Army officer who invented this type of tent.
The tents at Liquid Sky camp were custom-made in India (one camp manager told me).
In fact I found a site that manufactures this cute tents.
Old school military tent
Camp Tazii with a Caïdal, popular Moroccan tent
A bell tent. There are more of them each year, great! better that than walled-off...you know now.
Stretch Bedouin tent
Fronting the Playa
This dome tent welcomes 10 burners
Tent on wheel, superb idea
Family style, burner style
Ingenious Rooftop tent by Cascadia Vehicle Tents
I like to see in every block of the city these North Pole Party Shade that thanks to a "brilliant " marketing decision were discontinued years ago. This is a really easy to setup spartan shelter that sustains the usual gusts of wind and can take a beating. Now it is a really hot item online.
A couple's camp
An another couple's shelter
They called it "The little house on the Playa"
Inside, it took 7 hours to build, note the AC.
The smallest houses on the Playa
The cabin at the "Bleachers" art car camp
More tiny houses
The expandable lattice wall of a yurt
The dome of "Tangoed Up in Blues" camp
Dome with stupa
Inside the dome with stupa
The Voodoo Shooting Gallery Camp domes
The Octopus Garden camp
Inside the 3Vdome
Camp Areola 51
Inside Balloon dome
The Shady Waffle dome
The Red dome
The Atom Cult Camp
The Atom Cult Camp detail
Playadome a longtime tested BRC staple
The loneliest hexayurt of the city
H4 Hexayurt at Paradigm Camp. To get in just open the roof.
Camp Dust Bunnies built The Taj Mahop a compound of five H15 interconnected with reusable panels tanks to metal beading on the panels sides. Designed by Justice Orion and Matt Morrissette.
Inside, notice the reinforcing frame.
The Hammock Hangout camp with 3 layers of parachutes
Inside with 90 hammocks
A long time burner trailer, the kind we love to see and welcome.
The VW camp
This is a self-reliant camper
Size matters at BRC
The Skinny Kitty RV, banned in 38 states.
Installation: "Trailer with Porta-Potties"
On a satellite image this PnP camp has a visible huge footprint, thank to the banks of lined up RVs that kill any neighborhood interactions. No imagination.
In a walled off camp for Hollywood stars, astroturf is a really nice touch, until it rains and dries up, gluing it to the playa creating a huge MOOP Problem.
A tip from DA, Leader of the Playa restoration team: lay down the astroturf on top of a tarp to prevent a big headache for the volunteers cleaning up the playa behind the clients.
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