By John Prenis
From an Amazon reviewer:
"This is a wonderful dome builder's booklet that portrays the evolution of the dome from precedent days all over modern business and advertisement constitution and extra via its use as a customized outfitted or prefabricated domestic layout. It comprises attractive colour prints of actual people's dome houses. There also are many layout and construction methods defined to aid the reader get a consider for what it'd be prefer to relatively construct and stay in a single of those appealing buildings. Very fascinating, and an exceptional "read," from the ancients to Bucky Fuller."
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