A geodesic dome is a spherical or hemispherical thin-shell structure (lattice-shell)
based on a network of geodesics (great circles) on the surface of a sphere or a ...
Geodesic Domes. R. Buckminster Fuller spent much of the early 20th Century
looking for ways to improve human shelter by: Applying modern technological ...
The American Institute of Architects awarded R. Buckminster Fuller a gold medal,
acclaiming his invention, the geodesic dome, as “the strongest, lightest and ...
The Long Island Green Dome, in New York, has the same kind of ultrastrong roof
found in all geodesic domes. In addition, it sports a unique green roof on which ...
The first geodesic dome was built in Jena, Germany in 1922 on top of the Zeiss
optics company as a projection surface for their planetarium projector.
Fuller invented the Geodesic Dome in the late 1940s to demonstrate some ideas
about housing and ``energetic-synergetic geometry'' which he had developed ...
Design geodesic dome home packages . Product photographs and specifications
, FAQs and online videos .
From our Architecture Glossary, illustrations and definition of the term Geodesic
Dome, with links and resources for learning more.
Geodesic domes are light, strong structures with huge interior space that is very
pleasant and inviting. Unfortunately they tend to take many man-hours to erect.
Geodesic Domes are awesome. This Instructable will show you how I built a 20'
dome for about $250, with the majority of that cost being the greenhouse plastic ...