The Dome Builder’s Handbook

“This is an excellent dome builder’s book that portrays the evolution of the dome from ancient times right through contemporary industrial and commercial structure and further through its use as a custom built or prefabricated home design. It contains beautiful color prints of real people’s dome homes. There are also many design and building approaches outlined to help the reader get a feel for what it would be like to really build and live in one of these beautiful structures. Very interesting, and a good “read,” from the ancients to Bucky Fuller.”

Text: Prenis John, Lais Doug et al. cm 29×23; pp. 112; BW ills.; paperback. Publisher: Running Press, Philadelphia, 1973.

ISBN: 9780914294031| 0914294032

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“This is an excellent dome builder’s book that portrays the evolution of the dome from ancient times right through contemporary industrial and commercial structure and further through its use as a custom built or prefabricated home design. It contains beautiful color prints of real people’s dome homes. There are also many design and building approaches outlined to help the reader get a feel for what it would be like to really build and live in one of these beautiful structures. Very interesting, and a good “read,” from the ancients to Bucky Fuller.”