Among many reasons, the geodesic dome
is recognized as the strongest, lightest,
and most efficient means of enclosing
space yet devised!
We use only the highest quality materials and manufacturing machinery to ensure that each exclusive portable dome and permanently mounted dome
is durable, water and weather
resistant, and lasts for years.
Modular construction system
We use only the highest quality
structural steel elements for
our Geodome frameworks.
All struts and steel parts are galvanized inside
and out, crimped, then double protected by an
anti-corrosion paint coating.
Steel struts for our Geodome frameworks are
in accordance with DIN 1615 -1984 standards.
Our Geodome structures
can be easily dismantled,
moved to another
In addition to our portable Geodomes
tents, we also offer the construction of
permanent steel structures, built to stay
Safe assembly requires that the Geodome framework must be firmly anchored to the ground or a solid foundation such as by our ballasted Polidome Floor-system.
The struts are made of high quality galvanized steel. The steel pipes are first cut and crimped then galvanized inside and out, then painted.
Steel parts can be painted
any of the many colors available from the RAL palette (standard
color is white).
The struts are made
of high quality
moved to another
or stored for later use
ballast system keeps the
framework solidly fixed
to the ground.
Steel parts can be painted
any of the many colors
available from the RAL palette
(standard color is white)
5 The freedom
Any size – even 100m
and more in diameter!
Steel struts for our
are in accordance with
DIN 1615 -1984 standards.
Geodesic dome history
How did he get here?
He was an American designer, architect, cartographer, and philosopher. He was a representative of broad constructivism
and a pioneer of hi-tech architecture.
What is a geodesic dome?
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12.07.1895 – 1.07.1983
Famous for constructing the geodesic dome, a building whose semi-spherical skeleton filled with polygons gave surprising results in terms of strength, stability and ease of construction combined with low cost. With Kenneth Snelson, he invented tensegrity, a structural system in which tensile and compression members are mutually stabilized.
He received a total of 25 patents and authored 48 books. He was honored
many times with honorary doctorates
from various universities.
Fuller taught at Black Mountain College during the summers of 1948 and 1949, serving as director of the Summer Institute in 1949, and with the support of a group of professors and students, began to reinvent the project that would make him famous: the geodesic dome. Although the geodesic dome was conceived, built, and granted a German patent on June 19, 1925,
by Dr. Walther Bauersfeld, Fuller received a patent in the United States.
Fuller's patent application made no mention of Bauersfeld's self-supporting dome built some 26 years earlier. Although Fuller undoubtedly popularized this type of structure, he is wrongly credited with designing it.
One of his early models was first built in 1945 at Bennington College in Vermont, where he often taught. Although Bauersfeld's dome could support a full concrete shell,
it was not until 1949 that Fuller erected
a building with a geodesic dome that could support its own weight without practical limitations. It had a diameter of 4.3 meters (14 feet) and was constructed of aluminum flight tubes and a vinyl plastic shell in the form of an icosahedron. To prove his design, Fuller suspended several students from the structure to help him build it.
Fuller's first geodesic dome (in this case
a full sphere) with a "continuous tension - discontinuous compression" design was
built at the University of Oregon Architecture School in 1959 with the help of students. These structures were characterized by single compressive elements (no bending or bending moments) that were not in contact with each other and were "suspended" by tensile elements.
He was honored many times with honorary doctorates from various universities. In his honor, the discoverers of a new allotropic variety of carbon gave this type of particles
the name fullerenes, and the first such particle discovered (C60) was so named because of
its resemblance to a geodesic dome.
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