In 1970, when R. Buckminster Fuller received a gold medal for his development of the geodesic dome, the American Institute of Architects described it as "the strongest, lightest, and most efficient method of closure yet known to man." As a matter of fact, the spherical form of the geodesic dome consisted of triangular shapes that could withstand pressure from all directions. Fuller found that a sphere formed by triangles can have unmatched power.
Geodesic Tents are a unique example of doing more with less. A dome tent encloses the largest interior space with the least surface area, thus saving materials and costs. Because the geodesic dome is self-contained, air and energy circulate unhindered, providing natural heating and cooling.
For a long time, we have been pushing the limits in glampin tent production by interpreting Fuller's invention. We provide our customers with the most durable, mobile and energy efficient structures.
The Geodesic Dome Tent has been the lightest, strongest and most cost effective structure ever designed. Glampin Tent can cover more area than other tents without inner supports. The geodesic dome is a landmark in shelter, not only in terms of cost effectiveness but also ease of construction and energy efficiency.