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In the Far East came up with doll houses

Scientists of the Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) came up with innovative domed domes without a single nail. They are built with the use of new locks between individual parts of the wooden spherical frame, which differ from foreign analogues in simplicity, functionality and lack of metal fasteners.

The staff of the department of the university are developing designs of two types. Object with an area of ​​29 sq. m is suitable for one person or a small food outlet. At one of the recreation centers of the Primorsky Territory there is already a domed express cafe "Snezhok". The other type is much larger. This is a two-story, twelve-meter structure with an area of ​​195 sq. M.

It is assumed that during mass production the cost of small houses with finishing will be 10-12 thousand rubles. for 1 sq. m, and large - a maximum of 15-20 thousand rubles. for 1 sq. To create a domed space, you need 40% less material than to build a traditional rectangular house. At the same time, the dome design is energy efficient - heating costs are also reduced by 40%.

Interestingly, in America there are already more than a million residential dome houses, and in Russia there are only seven. 

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