Welcome to Geodesic Dome Information

Welcome to www.GeodesicDome.Info, your portal to Geodesic Dome Information. Our goal is to have the most comprehensive and timely information on geodesic dome construction.

We have scoured the internet for the best in geodesic dome information.  Search results change constantly and sometimes good information cannot be found because the website or page has not been searched or cataloged because it hasn't been linked from other sites, keywords are lacking, hasn't had enough hit or a myriad of other reasons.  We use all search engines with many search keywords to find our content.  This information is updated weekly.

Your contributions also help keep good information included on Geodesic Dome Information. Click "Contact Us" in the main menu and send us your links.

Advertising helps keep Geodesic Dome Information free for users.  Advertisers can click "Contact Us" in the main menu to inquire about advertising on Geodesic Dome Information.

 
Girls help to build school's playground dome PDF  | Print |  E-mail

By Jane Harrison
http://www.ealinggazette.co.uk

PUPILS at a girls school have learned a valuable lesson - they are as handy as the boys when it comes to building work.

 

Ten girls and two teachers, with no construction background, took only seven days to build an astonishing golf-ball like Geodesic dome in their playground at Ellen Wilkinson School for Girls, Queens Drive, Acton.

 

The dome, the brainchild of teacher and specialist co-ordinator, Mike Heyes was based on an idea by American engineer and designer Richard Buckminster Fuller. Its aim is to provide an outdoor extension for the school and can be used for anything from astronomy classes to drawing or field work. The dome, which was delayed because it needed planning permission, won a £25,000 Government grant and is being officially opened on Friday (Oct 7) by Michael Ballard, chairman of governors.

Read more...

 
Bloedel Conservatory’s Prospective Owners Worried Deal is Taking Too Long PDF  | Print |  E-mail

By Frances Bula
The Globe and Mail

Vancouver, British Columbia

The Bloedel Conservatory is steps away from being taken over by its new operators, who anticipate turning the tropical garden into a Science World-style educational experience and must-do tourist stop.

“We’re a few weeks from having a done deal,” said park board chair Aaron Jasper.

But the group that has been awaiting the legal agreement that will give it the keys says it’s worried the park board will not be voting on a finalized deal this Monday, as it believes was promised.

Read more...

 
<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 Next > End >>

Page 1 of 3
GeodesicDome.info uses the Social-S template by a4joomla.com