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The Roskilde’s Beautiful Geodesic Dome Looks Like a Tortoise in a Field

Posted By Helen Morgan On January 30, 2012 @ 5:02 pm In Architecture,Gallery | No Comments

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Within the wooden dome the space seems cavernous and airy, and we don’t doubt that is was a great place to take a time out from the throngs of crowds.

Photos of the dome being built give a good idea of how the intersecting shapes were connected, and the team also have a pretty cool video of the whole construction processĀ here [2]. Hopefully this fantastic project arises again at a future festival and we can follow its path of reuse!

+ Kristoffer Tejlgaard [3]

+ Henrik Almegaard [4]

Images courtesy of Kristoffer Tejlgaard

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[2] here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9PXXH5rzlt8

[3] + Kristoffer Tejlgaard: http://ktejlgaard.dk

[4] + Henrik Almegaard: http://www.byg.dtu.dk/English/Sections/BK/Tilknyttede_profiler.aspx?lg=showcommon&type=person&id=32126

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