Gallery: Roskilde Plywood Dome is a Large Geodesic Structure Inspired b...

 
After designing the People’s Meeting Dome, which investigated the future of housing in Denmark, architects Kristoffer Tejlgaard and Benny Jepsen have once again focused their design skills on geodesic domes and their potential as buildings of the future. The team’s latest project is a plywood dome inspired by the structure and performance of molecules. The dome was designed and built for a music festival last year in Roskilde County, Denmark.

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  1. Ulrik Andersen April 7, 2013 at 2:34 am

    Hi

    Since Tejlgaard and Jepsen built the Roskilde Dome they have completed another, which is on display in Copenhagen these days: http://domeofvisions.dk/.

    It has been erected on a building site, where it is doubling as a temporary conference room for meetings about sustainable construction and art and as an office for the two architects.

    The building has been sponsored by the contractor NCC, who wants to move it around to their buildingsites around the country.

    With a little help from Google Translate you can read about it here http://ing.dk/artikel/105-meter-hoej-dome-i-polycarbonat-prikker-til-opfattelsen-af-energirigtigt-byggeri-157126

    They will by the way re-erect and expand the dome in Roskilde for this years festival.

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