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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
Bryan Lemmel of Balanced Carpentry  built this beautiful “Zome” in his backyard in Asheville, NC. Inspired by sacred geometry and Buckminster Fuller ‘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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