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Dome sweet dome for $149 The geodesic dome for most people is a quirky, thought-provoking structure rarely seen in our built environment. But admirers of the lattice-like structures in the United States can thank American architect Buckminster Fuller in the 1950s and the back-to-the-land movement in the late 1960s for popularizing the shape. Today, domes are used in everything from botanic gardens to residential homes to vacation retreats.
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