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.
When a Chilean copper concentrate producer decided to enclose crushing operations at their Cerrillos plant, the challenge was to design and engineer a dome that would spring from a very irregular shape while enclosing over 5000m2 without columns.
Geometrica's bulk storage structures contain the dust from stacking and blending of raw materials and fuel, helping meet Tunisia's most advanced cement plant's environmental goals. "The new buildings are, esthetically, very nice, and we definitely will consider Geometrica for future structures," the client said.
Geometrica structures define and beautify space – flying above, wrapping around, and taking a multitude of shapes. Geometrica Freedomes® and space frames invite and delight visitors with their superior aesthetics.
by Denise Allen Zwicker
"He started to sing as he tackled the thing
That couldn’t be done, and he did it!"*
For two years, the new building for the Word Miracle Church International in Accra, Ghana, sat roofless. “We had built a 14,000-seat auditorium that was 59 meters across, without pillars, and we needed to cover it. But no one in Ghana could do it. No one in Nigeria could do it. No one in South Africa could do it. It was a dilemma,”