Since humans first began congregating in spiritual spaces, they have practiced their faith within vast interiors of inspiring heights. Today is no exception as architects design innovative prayer and assembly spaces.
The first integrated solid waste facility in the Middle East began operation near Mesaieed, Qatar, in October 2011. It uses a Geometrica Freedome® for its roof.
A gridshell's organic shape and column-free space provide unlimited design freedom to architects and structural engineers. These innovative space-frame structures derive their strength from having double curvature in their overall shape.
Singapore is well known for its multicultural spirit and universal appeal to travelers--and great shopping. Mustafa Center, a multilevel shopping center, offers an intense, 24-hour-a-day shopping experience, with its myriad of interesting shops that attract more than 15,000 customers of many nationalities every weekend. Mustafa Center offers everything from fine fabrics to electronic devices to jewels. Its restaurants, too, offer a wide selection of cuisine. Crowning it all is a Geometrica dome.
Geometrica's environmentally-friendly bulk storage domes serve as ancillary port infrastructure at quayside import and export facilities. Loads include coal, urea, sulphur, pet coke, clinker, ore, bauxite or wood chips and more.
Paul Bourke shows beautiful geometry. We use many of these constructs in designing Geometrica structures.
When Minas de Aguas Tenidas, S.A.U. (MATSA), needed domes to cover their crushed ore stockpiles in Andalucía, Spain, they turned to Geometrica.
Combining Geometry and Art Dihedral Symmetry…Canonical Factor…Borromean Rings… Gyroid…Cubelets…Schwartz’ D Surface… sound like you are studying for a geometry class?