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  • jennifer colman

    Architecture Interiors

  • Malene Maare

    Puzzle Shaped House, An Experimental Green House Design

  • Chaochi Huang

    The Klein Bottle experimental house design by McBride Charles Ryan started as a sphere but, as is evident from the image above, was radically deconstructed to accommodate the actual spatial needs of the architecture. The remaining pieces of the shell provide some privacy and enclosure to this incredibly funky home design.

  • Katarina Palmer

    "Funky Unusual Creative Home Exterior" At first I didn't know how to feel about this, but it's like a contemporary home with a forest and mythical feel, in my opinion. If you like a bit of the grunge of nature but when you walk inside need your sharp clean and defined edges. Here you go.

  • Elisa Bradley

    unique homes | Unusual Homes | Modern House Designs

  • Agus ♫

    Dome House In Mornington Peninsula, Australia you'll find an out-of-this-world home called the Dome House, designed by McBride Charles Ryan. With its clean, sharp aesthetic and its unusual framework, the house is reminiscent of the futuristic spaceships we often associate with advanced technological crafts

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Photographer: Julius Shulman, Dome House (1962).

shingled geodesic dome, via nomadicway via cerebralmuseum

This is the Dome Home. It is built on site from sandwich section glass fibre reinforced concrete. With a height of 3.5 meters, 6 meters diameter and, using very elementary maths, a floor space of getting on for 30 square meters.....

wow.. maybe something like this after the kids are grown and and no pets... lol

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