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Thursday, February 07, 2013
 from Multi Hull Tall Ship Idea GallaghersArt_sail_10fe_sm.jpg - At rest

One of my joys is sailing in the open water and witnessing nature’s storms in person. Two things that should not mix together. But what if you could build a sailing ship designed to ride hurricanes?

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Updated Friday, August 02, 2013
Posted Saturday, September 08, 2012
T4 ring mod 19all 1 from City in a Building GallaghersArt_t4_ring_mod_19all_1.jpg - Outside View Version 4

This design is for a 220+ floor City in a Building, capable of housing and working up to a half-million people.

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Sunday, August 12, 2012
Out side view from Human Aquarium GallaghersArt_ha_001_3d.jpg - Out side view
Sunday, August 05, 2012
From above looking into inner courtyard from Cable Stayed Roof GallaghersArt_mono_24_002_3d.jpg - From above looking into inner courtyard

This design incorporates 24 pillars with an interior outdoor courtyard with 314sq meters of space. The complete roof structure is supported by the 24 free-standing 1.2m x 4m x 7m pillars. The end of the roofs may contain cable stays to support the roof.

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Wednesday, August 01, 2012
 from Dome on a Hill GallaghersArt_slope_02_rear.jpg
Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Side View with unfinished ends of dome complex from Massive Dome Complex GallaghersArt_40x80_005_3d.jpg - Side View with unfinished ends of dome complex

This is a rather larger Dome. I used the profile from a surplus air form from monolithic domes. The dome is 110 ft by 45ft. I split it in half and filled in an area between them to extend the length by 40 meters.

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Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Side view of complete dome from MultiFamily Dome in 3D GallaghersArt_DOME_V8_frame_full_3d.jpg - Side view of complete dome

With my 8th version of a multifamily dome, I have stuck with the 40meter dome with 3 floors. This time the dome is broken up into 6 slices each with a 2 floor extension.

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Monday, July 16, 2012
3D view from Fibonacci Inspired Dome GallaghersArt_fdome_003_3d.jpg - 3D view

Just some fun with Fibonacci.

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Monday, June 25, 2012
Rear view from Rammed Earth Designs 2 and 3 GallaghersArt_7_c_back.jpg - Rear view

Here are 2 more Rammed Earth Designs houses.

With these 2 designs I choose a rectangle block, and another design with round pillars of rammed earth.

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Sunday, January 08, 2012
all roads one way and right turns only from Building a Safer Community GallaghersArt_Dome_complex_02c.jpg - Except for the 2 main entrances all roads within development are one way and right turns only

So around 2003 I was thinking about how I could make my multifamily dome community safer while minimizing the amount of pavement for the development.

My solution was a development that only had one-way roads. All intersections were roundabouts with a clear view of any oncoming traffic.

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Friday, January 06, 2012
Layout of 8 separate housing areas from 3rd Floor for Dome GallaghersArt_40m_Circle_01sm.jpg - Layout of 8 separate housing areas with just over 3,000sq feet of space each. If needed they could be split in half for single room apartments. (single room floor layout shown). Center area could be open to air, and used as a community space. All uti

So after more research and some specs from Monolithic Domes, I made some changes. First off this height of the dome would have a 34ft or more center height. This means I can get 3 floors within each resident area.

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Tuesday, January 03, 2012
 from Build Domes GallaghersArt_Dome_G_02bc.jpg - Multi-family Dome Development

Just after art collage, I found some information about people building Monolithic Domes.

Basically, they would blow up a balloon that is the full size of the house. Add some spray-on foam and short create with rebar, and just as that house is done. Well still needs the interior comforts, but a structure builds to last, and through anything.

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Updated Thursday, April 04, 2013
Posted Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Version 4 of my Dream House from Dream House GallaghersArt_mg_g45n_18.jpg - Version 4 3D View from above

This design has been my current Dream House design for some time. The design incorporates only exterior walls that support the roof, giving the whole house an open and flowing layout. Once you enter the front door most of the outer windows are in view giving a panorama of views.

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