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How many people, tables do you think you can fit

You must determine this your self by marking a circle of your dome on the ground using a cord 1/2 the diameter; have some one hold the cord and then walk around him marking with stones or marker. Then set up your chairs and tables inside.

On Nov 26, 2004

How many people, tables do you think you can fit in your 20′ x 10 dome – 30×11′ Wedding Tents?

Marion

 

Our dome shelters would work as shelter for grave digging. However they take two people about 15 min to put up.

On Nov 24, 2004

I am looking for a pop-up type shelter very easily assembled to cover my direct labour force when they are digging graves at our cemetery.

Any details would be gratefully received.

Many thanks
Kathy James
Town Clerk
Bridgnorth Town Council

hey there,

This might be a little quirky, but I just rented an efficiency apartment in New Orleans with a large main room and about 15′ high ceilings. Since the main room is going to have to be both a bedroom and a living room, I was thinking of getting a 10′ bubble dome to serve as my sleeping quarters, if you will, so that my bed area could be cordoned off from view. I kind of like the bubble dome’s Epcot-center-ness, and I can’t really afford to get a canopy bed and I hate room dividers… Anyway. My question is, is this a viable idea, and is it possible to get the bubble dome in the white/black covering so that I won’t cook to death in the New Orleans summer? If the bubble dome is unavailable in the reflective sun covering, I guess I could order a Yurt, but I like the dimensions of the bubble dome better for my purposes, plus it’s so ultra-modern and Bucky Fuller-ish…

cheers,

Oliver

Not quirky or the first. Great Idea.

Bob Gillis

 

hey there,

This might be a little quirky, but I just rented an efficiency apartment in New Orleans with a large main room and about 15′ high ceilings. Since the main room is going to have to be both a bedroom and a living room, I was thinking of getting a 10′ bubble dome to serve as my sleeping quarters, if you will, so that my bed area could be cordoned off from view. I kind of like the bubble dome’s Epcot-center-ness, and I can’t really afford to get a canopy bed and I hate room dividers… Anyway. My question is, is this a viable idea, and is it possible to get the bubble dome in the white/black covering so that I won’t cook to death in the New Orleans summer? If the bubble dome is unavailable in the reflective sun covering, I guess I could order a Yurt, but I like the dimensions of the bubble dome better for my purposes, plus it’s so ultra-modern and Bucky Fuller-ish…

cheers,

Oliver

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Oliver

Seems like a great idea.

The white/black would not keep you any cooler. What about fans or air conditioning? It is indoors right?

Sincerely,

Robert Gillis

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