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Bryan Lemmel’s Beautiful Zome Structure Does Duty as a Play Structure and Meditation Space

Posted By Beth Lemmel On January 22, 2013 @ 4:50 pm In Architecture,Reader Submitted Content,Sustainable Building | No Comments

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Bryan Lemmel of Balanced Carpentry [1]¬†built this beautiful¬†“Zome” in his backyard in Asheville, NC. Inspired by sacred geometry and Buckminster Fuller [2]‘s geodesic dome, the structure was built using mostly dumpster bound wood. Lemmel built the Zome primarily as a play structure for his two daughters (there is a slide and swing set connected), but it also does duty as a meditation space and music studio for the entire family.

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