Geodesic dome

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A geodesic dome is a type of structure that looks like half a ball shape (like half a soccer ball), made of many little shapes, usually triangles. It often is made of glass, concrete, or steel. They are cheap to make, and bigger than square buildings. It was first created in 20th century by an American engineer, Buckminster Fuller. There's geodesic dome homes, churches, etc and many kits are available.

A variation on geodesic domes are monolithic domes [1]

References[change | change source]

  1. Jonathan Glancey. "The story of Buckminster Fuller's radical geodesic dome". Retrieved 2017-11-10.