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Geodesic Domes

Here in Winnetka, we have an amazing endowment called the Winnetka Public Schools Foundation.  It encourages teachers to push beyond the ‘regular’ and ‘dream bigger!’  Teachers write proposals for projects that they would like to explore with their students. 560 more words

Making

Glass Geodesic Domes - The Sustainable homes of the future

http://www.biodomes.eu/   –    Our company Biodomes designs and builds custom, one of a kind glass and metal geodesic domes. We offer over 20 different models that can be sized and customized in a number of ways. 98 more words

Geodesic dome Study; 1v 3/4 0.20m R. Good Karma draft design made with 9.53 X 9.53 mm wood.

I started to study geodesic structures lately, lots of meanings, designs and set-ups came across in the research time; frequency, connection type and the Russian website… 206 more words

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Hi, October 2016!

The First Impressions of Each Month Photo Series: October edition!

My October started off with a rain, an early rise, and a teaching session.

Afternoon and evening were charged with positive energy and lots of work related to performing and rehearsing for the Little Mermaid Show (refer here: ) 24 more words

Art

3d printing model 6: Geodesic Dome

Returning to my favourite subject, Geodesic domes. I began to think about how I could use 3d printing in order to create a geodesic dome. The photographs I often see on the internet are of large garden geodesic domes that use connectors and struts to form each triangle. 203 more words

3d Printing

LC Final Model: Geodesic Dome (revisited)

For my final model on the laser cutter, I decided to revisit the geodesic dome I explored for my 3rd model. After that model was only a partial success (being very difficult to assembly and often falling apart) I have been thinking of a better way to join each triangle. 285 more words

Press Fit

Michael Manahan and Eric Nez Sitting on The Grass at Blooming Hearts, oil on wood, 8 by 7.5 in. Emilia Kallock 2016

Dome at Blooming Hearts, oil on cardboard, 9 by 10 in. 25 more words

Emilia Kallock