Simply by enclosing the greatest space with the least amount of material. The dome supports itself without needing any internal columns. The open space it creates gives limitless possibilities of use
A Dome is a network of triangular supports that remain in a state of permanent tension, making the structure almost indestructible. A 50 dome can be constructed by 4-6 people in about a week.
If you were to create two structures of similar size, one in rectangle and one in dome shape, the second one would have 30% less surface area. Which means you would need 1/3 less material to build it. Cost efficient.
Geodesic domes fascinate people in various ways, major one being their amazing durability. They combine the strong arch shape with triangle, the strongest geometrical shape known to man. What comes out of such pairing is an extremely strong structure capable of performing well under massive loads. Due to their fixed sides, triangles that form the framework of a dome transfer force more evenly through their sides than other shapes. Geodesic domes are even said to have withstood fires and earthquakes better than rectangle-based structures.
The Small footprint is not all. Some would agree Geodesic dome is definitely eye-catching in any latitude. It stands out from the crowd.
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