28 Sep '14, 6pm

There is so much to love about this project, right down to its name!

There is so much to love about this project, right down to its name!

designed an amazing new geodesic bubble building that recently popped up at Copenhagen harbor. Called Dome of Visions, this mobile greenhouse studio boasts an innovative facade of overlapping CNC-cut polycarbonate "fish scales" and all kinds of flora, including a 100-year-old olive tree. In addition to hosting artists, musicians, and other cultural events in Copenhagen and other cities, the dome will also provide a platform for serious discussion about the future of sustainable housing in a changing world.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/mobile-dome-of-visions-greenhouse-st...

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