Gazit’s inspiration in developing the AirTube were twisty balloons. He used these balloons to create interesting shapes and animals. He sold these creations in the streets to earn his living while a student in Bezalel college in Jerusalem.
The AirTube is 500 feet long, and in his work he uses it as a 3 dimensional line, with nature and the urban environments as his canvas. Working with the AirTubes, he has designed installations in many countries for large international events.
Using these AirTubes it is possible not only to design a given space, but also to create an entirely new one. This ability to design and create new spaces is what brought Gazit to develop the concept of AirChitecture. Temporary architecture with long, flowing, air-filled tubes.