The Peoples Meeting Dome is a striking piece of architecture. Full of jutting angles and rounded curves, it has an organic aesthetic that is incredibly complex. The geometric structure is a captivating example of creative architecture, efficient design and mathematic construction coming together for something spectacular.
Designed by Kristoffer Tejlgaard and Benny Jepsen, architects based in Copenhagen, the Peoples Meeting Dome was created for the Peoples Meeting being held in Bornholm, Denmark this year, an event that gathers the greatest minds to discuss and debate the future of housing. According to the designers, "The system [of the Peoples Meeting Dome] is designed so that it is possible to vary the skeleton. It can be adapted to the given parameters, disassembled and placed in a new design, with new parameters."
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