Zeppelins are arguably very cool in general, in-flight or not. Fortunately for zeppelin lovers, the Dox Center for Contemporary Art in Prague has just added another zeppelin to the world – and perhaps best of all, you can actually go inside it!
Measuring in at about 138-feet, the tube-like structure sits atop the Center and is meant to serve as a public space for readings, performances, and debates. The space can seat up to 120 people comfortably and was designed as part of a collaborative effort between the center’s founder, Leos Valka, and architect Martin Rajnis. “Our aim for the world of contemporary art is to spread and get partially interconnected with the world of literature,” Valka told AP, adding that “it’s a world of pure imagination, a children’s world.” Check out some images below and find process photos on Pinterest, Google Photos, and on Facebook.