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Kugelhaus, by John William Ludowici

by Fosco Lucarelli
John William Ludowici (1896 - 1983), inventor and engineer, invented the Ball House in the 1950's. The house was intended for emergency situation, a prefabricated construction which had to be easily transportable by truck, ships or helicopter and be able to float. Yet it never gained a mass...
Greg Klee
Greg Klee • 2 years ago

Kugelhaus by John William Ludowici

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