Geodesic Structures and Geometries

Possible Structures and Geometric Shapes

Structures and Geometries - Media 1 of 8

ICO Geometry

 

ICO Geometry Structures and Geometries - Media 2 of 8

ICO – Icosahedron – is the most common, classic dome geometry.
Part of a sphere, dividing the carcass into triangles.
The higher the frequency of knots and details, the rounder and more beautiful the dome looks.
After removing the panoramic window from the ICO dome, we get the original shape of the roof-stage-gazebo.

HEXA Geometry

Hexa Geometry Structures and Geometries - Media 3 of 8

 

HEXA – Truncated Icosahedron – is a modified Icosahedron. Part of a sphere.

Hexagonal division of the frame. One of the latest and most modern geometries in frame constructions.

The smaller the honeycomb, the more STAR connectors are needed. For HEXA constructions, STAR assemblies must be in two layers.

 

ZOME Geometry

Zome Geometry Structures and Geometries - Media 4 of 8

 

ZOME is an imposing dome with top geometry.

Part of an irregular sphere with a pointed top. Dividing the carcass into diamonds. 

OCTA Geometry

OCTA Geometry Structures and Geometries - Media 5 of 8

OCTA – Octahedron – has an excellent symmetrical geometry that allows you to “cut” the OCTA dome (which makes it more complex with the ICO). OCTA geometry allows you to create a half or fourth of a dome. Part of the sphere ½, and vertical cuts. It is dividing the carcass into triangles.

TUNNEL OCTA Geometry

Tunnel OCTA Structures and Geometries - Media 6 of 8

TUNNEL OCTA – a hybrid geometry consisting of a split-side OCTA with an embedded arched tunnel. The total length of the TUNNEL OCTA can be easily changed by inserting or removing arches. Thus, dividing the frame into triangles and rectangles.

TUNNEL ICO – a modified Icosahedron. The total length of the TUNNEL ICO is fixed. Dividing the carcass into triangles.

QUADRO geometry

QUADRO Geometry Structures and Geometries - Media 7 of 8

 

QUADRO – modified ICO or OCTA geometries. Rectangular roof constructions. Dividing the carcass into triangles.

Freeform Geometry 

Freeform Geometry Structures and Geometries - Media 8 of 8
FREEFORM - If none of the geometries fits your needs, we are open to any custom projects – we can make pretty much anything you can imagine.

 

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