How to build wooden home

…and many other wooden things

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Stratodesic dome covering
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Energy efficient homes
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Hurricane resistant homes
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Building a geodesic dome
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Geodesic dome construction

Stratodesic dome covering

The main feature of Stratodesic dome covering is it’s shape. It can be implemented as close as possible to a half of the sphere (ball), and such domed building in the respective sizes enraptures and impress – the feelings are similar to those that the pyramids, the Sphinx,  the Statue of Liberty arouse. From an[…]

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Energy efficient homes

Winter is coming soon and the topic of warm houses becomes relevant again. In this article I will go over the basics of building energy efficient homes. Energy efficient homes are considered the homes that can effectively keep the heat inside the house for a long time and with minimal losses. In practice this means[…]

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Hurricane resistant homes

The problem with hurricanes today is relevant for most parts of our planet. Hurricane resistant homes, for a layman, seem at first glance to be financially inaccessible luxury, but they are really not. Let’s examine this issue in detail. Traditional homes have a number of disadvantages related to their classic rectangular shape. Yes, it is[…]

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Building a geodesic dome

So are you thinking about building a geodesic dome? Or are you just interested in this topic? I will try to briefly outline the process of building a geodesic dome. For the construction of a geodesic dome, first of all you need patience, enthusiasm, confidence in yourself and your friends (who will help or try[…]

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Geodesic dome construction

What is Geodesic Dome Construction? Geodesic dome construction as a residential building looks like a hemisphere that is standing on the ground on its flat base. Geodesic dome construction was invented and patented by the American architect Fuller after the World War II. After the war, people especially needed quick and low-cost housing options, and[…]

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