© Kristoffer Tejlgaard & Benny Jepsen

We’re used to seeing the geodesic dome as a full-formed structure. But for this year’s “People’s Meeting” on the future of housing, held in Bornholm, Denmark, Danish architects Kristoffer Tejlgaard and Benny Jepsen decided to create an unusual-looking venue for the event — a deconstructed, geodesic dome using locally-sourced and recycled wood.

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