ARCHITECTURE: Domes.

From: IN%"[email protected]" "List for the discussion of Buckminster
Fuller's works" 4-OCT-1993 11:47:42.07
To: IN%"[email protected]" "Multiple recipients of list GEODESIC"
CC:
Subj: RE: School Project

Return-path: <[email protected]>
Return-path: owner-geodesic <@PSUVM.PSU.EDU:[email protected]>
Received: from Jnet-DAEMON by ARCH.PSU.EDU (PMDF #12866) id
<[email protected]>; Mon, 4 Oct 1993 11:47 EDT
Received: From PSUVM(MAILER) by PSUARCH with Jnet id 3008 for [email protected]; Mon,
4 Oct 1993 11:47 EST
Received: from PSUVM.PSU.EDU (NJE origin [email protected]) by PSUVM.PSU.EDU
(LMail V1.1d/1.7f) with BSMTP id 8282; Mon, 4 Oct 1993 11:41:09 -0400
Date: Mon, 4 Oct 1993 10:36:26 CST
From: Tom Dosemagen <[email protected]>
Subject: RE: School Project
Sender: List for the discussion of Buckminster Fuller's works
<[email protected]>
To: Multiple recipients of list GEODESIC <[email protected]>
Reply-to: List for the discussion of Buckminster Fuller's works
<[email protected]>
Message-id: <[email protected]>
X-To: [email protected]

The uses for domes is endless. I would suggest contacting Dennis Johnson
at Natural Spaces in North Branch, Minnesota. He has a book available
called All About Domes that I'm sure will help you a great deal. You can
contact Dennis by calling 1-800-733-7107. I would also be interested in
interacting with you. I live in a 44' diameter dome that I built 13 years
ago.
Partial thread listing: