There is a way and the answer is lying in the middle of the St. Laurence river: the Buckminister Fuller designed Biosphere. The structure of the dome mimics the Platonic solids and sacred geometry found throughout nature, including our bodies.
The geodesic dome is an amazing design because it is very strong and yet light. It needs no permanent foundation and thus could be easily moved to another site, if required.
Source: Growing Spaces
“While winter winds & snow sweep the length and breadth of the ranch at Hummingbird Living School, inside the dome it’s a cozy 65º and rising as the morning sun shines into the translucent geodesic greenhouse.
Our 42-foot dome was erected in four days, but that was only the beginning. It’s an ongoing community effort to set up the water tank, build the loft and haul many wheelbarrows of rich soil into the structure for the beds. And we love it all! The peripheral ring of beds is complete and already home to tender sprouting plants.”
- Professional Dome Plans
- The Buckminster Fuller Institute
- Simply Differently Dome site
- Build a Geodesic Dome Solar Greenhouse to Grow Your Own Food (Slideshow)