Geodesic Dome Greenhouse made from Trash

9 aug. 2020
103 484 Weergaven

This week i am following Tom Sachs example and built a Geodesic Dome
check out his Insta IGTV to get the full background on this topic.
I loved the procress and am super pumped that this actually worked!
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Music by Epidemic Sound (www.epidemicsound.com)

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  • Terrific presentation and reuse of common materials. If you were to build another dome would you skip the rivets and just use nuts, washers and bolts? On exceptionally cold nights you can light a candle and place it in the middle to gently warm the air. Wishing you and your team a great week.

    Cat GyntCat Gynt13 uur geleden
  • Desde Bs As Argentina excelente 🙂👏👏.

    Miguel SosaMiguel Sosa7 dagen geleden
  • looks like it took forever, now it is obvious Art aaand useful. I love it!

    xandersonsxandersons25 dagen geleden
  • I always forget about my riveter. This was a great use of it.

    Christopher PickslayChristopher PickslayMaand geleden
  • I cringed at 1:52 . Spinning helicopter blade of death!

    Peter PriviteraPeter PriviteraMaand geleden
  • Really cool. Nice job. You are a talent!

    Max AdrianMax AdrianMaand geleden
  • Great project!!! I want to do it too! I cannot find that ISRU document... Any chance you could share it? Happy New year!!!

    Christophe LengagneChristophe LengagneMaand geleden
  • Great! Use paraffin / kerosene (Kerosin) to lubricate the cutting line for the glass cutter. It will make the cut easier and more precise. Old trick of the trade :-)

    MerlinCHMerlinCH2 maanden geleden
  • That moment when your inner child realizes is still there with a little extra genius... and you smile.

    White Eulogian RavenWhite Eulogian Raven3 maanden geleden
  • Schöner englischer mahagoni dresser! Zur Restaurierung?

    HinterlandHinterland3 maanden geleden
  • You’re a badass...great idea....that smile says it all

    Guen BarnesGuen Barnes3 maanden geleden
  • Really cool... or should I say warm? Love it... looks like a space ship... :)

    mwmentormwmentor3 maanden geleden
  • I can't believe it! I've had one of these in my notebook since i saw the camping domes

    Sam FarmerSam Farmer4 maanden geleden
  • you should probably make and use one of these nlworld.info/key/video/02irotbLn5qepms Ask Fran: Build Your Own Friction Welder! 308,025 views•Dec 13, 2012 ,Fran Blanche

    paul maydaynightpaul maydaynight4 maanden geleden
  • ♥️wah asik juga itu bg

    Ayu audia PutriAyu audia Putri4 maanden geleden
  • You and 'The Post-Apocalyptic Inventor' should make a video together

    Ghost of HenryGhost of Henry4 maanden geleden
  • MUST BUILD DOME!

    Michael GrauMichael Grau4 maanden geleden
  • Laura, I love watching the enthusiasm on your face as you're building. Nice looking dome! It turned out very sturdy!

    Tim HawkinsTim Hawkins5 maanden geleden
  • wow! danke für die grandiose idee! ich bau' mir über den winter den 'farmbot' nach und habe nun eine idee, wie ich die überdachung mache! :-)

    Thomas BatscherThomas Batscher6 maanden geleden
  • Nice Project! Reusing trash to make something useful is something the world needs to do more of

    Kenneth TurnerKenneth Turner6 maanden geleden
  • That was fucking beautiful, und ist richtich giel... German is so much harder without auto correct...

    Robert StolorzRobert Stolorz6 maanden geleden
  • Hmmmm.. NLworld didn't show me this earlier, it just now popped up in recommended. Algorithm is hiding good stuff from me :/

    Mārtiņš DmitrijevsMārtiņš Dmitrijevs6 maanden geleden
  • Very cool! Will the hotglue stand up to summer sun and heat?

    LukeTheJokerLukeTheJoker6 maanden geleden
  • The 3 strut lengths wouldnt produce a flat base dome but you solved it by adding the kneewall..nice job. The only thing i`d do differently is put the bolts in from the outside (the exposed threads could be a potential hazard for kids etc) and use a rubber washer between the glass and the steel washer to allow for the metal expansion/contraction in very cold or very hot weather.

    JohnGuest45JohnGuest456 maanden geleden
  • God, that smile of satisfaction!

    Rene's WorkshopRene's Workshop6 maanden geleden
  • wheres u get your mars yards

    Austin EmersonAustin Emerson6 maanden geleden
    • Tom gave them to me actually-super cool!

      Laura KampfLaura Kampf6 maanden geleden
  • Need a dome for a small fig tree. Thanks Laura. That dome was solid BEFORE the glass went in.....WAY Cool.

    divyajnanadivyajnana6 maanden geleden
  • maybe you could build an electric guitar and enter the great guitar build off 2020?

    Ste HughesSte Hughes6 maanden geleden
  • Hope that hot-clue has a high melting point or those pans will drop in the summer sun. :-)

    bknesheimbknesheim6 maanden geleden
  • Smudo looks super interested in the some, or maybe more in the lizards running around it

    Native Son Wood ArtNative Son Wood Art6 maanden geleden
  • Ui, a splattermovie. You scared me as you were drilling the metalstripes. I'd like to recommend some kind of downholder to safe your fingers. Your backyard seems to be a treasure island.

    Alf A.Alf A.6 maanden geleden
  • I love how you showed you had to change out the rivets. Are there any LED light strips you can upcycle into it? I bet it would look great lit up at night. Not sure if the yard/garden type that charge during the day would make enough light.

    Don WillinghamDon Willingham6 maanden geleden
  • Ehrliche Frage wie bekommt man ne SawStop denn nach Deutschland wenn man eine will. Gibt's da auch 240V Versionen? Denke die Sägeblätter mit nem Zollloch sollte man gut bekommen. Und ja ich weiss Festool hat nun auch ne kleine im Angebot.

    MontalbanoMontalbano6 maanden geleden
  • Incredible talent, incredible life!

    Sharon WSharon W6 maanden geleden
  • Für meinen Garten zu groß, aber ein cooles Teil ! :-)

    Bastel NowBastel Now6 maanden geleden
  • m a s t e r p i e c e

    b.b. barnsib.b. barnsi6 maanden geleden
  • that's indeed stylish! how's about a little flood table integrated so plants can be watered with ease (or even automated ;)....?

    lorenzakastylecrewlorenzakastylecrew6 maanden geleden
  • Great job! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼💖💖💖

    Ada PalaciAda Palaci6 maanden geleden
  • Super! Ganz schön...

    Björn HammarströmBjörn Hammarström6 maanden geleden
  • Nice work. What was the product placement?

    GriffinGriffin6 maanden geleden
  • Amazing Laura

    benjamin holmgrenbenjamin holmgren6 maanden geleden
  • Just Wow! The coolest greenhouse I’ve ever seen!

    Venessa RobinsVenessa Robins6 maanden geleden
  • so beautiful

    Fajar SuryantoroFajar Suryantoro6 maanden geleden
  • stunning build

    bostdellbostdell6 maanden geleden
  • Woman, you are awesome!!!!!

    Marius DijkstraMarius Dijkstra6 maanden geleden
  • Wow! So cool!

    Kai MartinsKai Martins6 maanden geleden
  • Nice work on recycling material and getting the math correct! That turned out awesome.

    Brian PrusaBrian Prusa6 maanden geleden
  • Fantastic and passionate..

    JRJR6 maanden geleden
  • I pictured that going somewhere in the horse box camper as a window. Like an R2D2 head kind of... I really liked it and i thought it was very hard to do, but watching this makes me wanna build my own r2d2 window.

    JUANJUAN6 maanden geleden
  • This was awesome. I love all the variety of your project. But also, the building upon your projects, like the Trailer.

    Jock McBileJock McBile6 maanden geleden
  • Sitting here in Orlando with the biggest smile on my face at this wonderful project and the mind and talent that brought it all together.

    Dan BeachDan Beach6 maanden geleden
  • omg how did you cut all that glass without breaking it?????

    gebuh1gebuh16 maanden geleden
  • Wow. You have a lot of work into this project. Great job. I love it

    Mark LengalMark Lengal6 maanden geleden
  • Hi Laura, toll was Du aus mit den alten Gläsern von unserem Gewächshaus gemacht hast

    martin jungmartin jung6 maanden geleden
    • Ja! Endlich habe ich ein gutes Projekt für die Gläser gefunden :)

      Laura KampfLaura Kampf6 maanden geleden
  • I wonder how it could be adapted to much large size using the same type of materials

    Jodi RauthJodi Rauth6 maanden geleden
  • Wow, brilliant! A classical Laura project. A piece of art, made out of scraps. I love it.

    HandmadeisbetterHandmadeisbetter6 maanden geleden
  • Oh, that's really cool! A great use of "waste" material 😊👍

    Chris CherryChris Cherry6 maanden geleden
  • Was that hot glue? How does it stand up in the sunshine? First time I've seen the tats, BTW; nice.

    Robert GoffRobert Goff6 maanden geleden
  • As a professional metalworker I can say, never ever drill sheet metal like this unless you want your pillar drill to turn into a blender and chew-up your hands. As a twist drill breaks though the far-side of a thin sheet of metal, (if it isn't clamped-down) it will cause it to ride up the drill-bit and then start rotating at 1000 rpm. If your flesh is in the way of this, the results are very messy.

    Nicholas LeeNicholas Lee6 maanden geleden
    • A punch is a much safer alternative! There is vast array of punching options available, from hand held units to bench mounted models and of course powered models. I love Laura’s projects though, especially the “oh wow!” facial expression!

      Tom TTom T6 maanden geleden
    • How do you drill sheet metal in a safe way?

      Lukas NoelsLukas Noels6 maanden geleden
  • Why the switch from rivets to bolts?

    Jordi JewellJordi Jewell6 maanden geleden
  • Betting that hot glue melts and panes start dropping out. Neat looking though.

    Barrett DentBarrett Dent6 maanden geleden
    • I don't think they will because there is a bolt and washer holding them in at the corners.

      Paul RobinsonPaul Robinson6 maanden geleden
  • Absolutely brilliant, beautiful, and inspiring work! Totally a Vintage Laura video here. Love getting right into the action!!!!

    Korbin LindellKorbin Lindell6 maanden geleden
  • Brilliant! I love this. From trash to treasure. Reuse, repurpose, recycle!

    Gardner De AguiarGardner De Aguiar6 maanden geleden
  • I think you can safely say you found the most complicated way of builing a greenhouse!

    Guzzist11Guzzist116 maanden geleden
  • A great idea that could benefit from better plans and better execution.

    Gaita PontoGaita Ponto6 maanden geleden
  • Hi Laura! Faszinierend, was Du so auf die Beine stellst. Was ist das für ein Kleber, den Du für die Glasscheiben verwendest? Ist das ordinärer Heißkleber? Liebe Grüße, Stephan

    Stephan DipponStephan Dippon6 maanden geleden
  • Whoa, band strapping - what a cool idea!!!!

    icmpekoicmpeko6 maanden geleden
  • die Idee ist genial, aber Du hättest es etwas schöner verkleben können...

    Joerg basteltJoerg bastelt6 maanden geleden
  • Is that special high-temp hot glue? I have had projects come apart in hot sun when the glue re-melts. How about making a chest-high stand, then cutting out a larger hold in the center so you can stand inside the dome and tend to your plants? Fun project - I never would have thought metal strapping could become rigid enough for this kind of application. Love it Laura!

    Steve MahrSteve Mahr6 maanden geleden
  • Хорошая идея с куполом Фулера

    Илья СафаровИлья Сафаров6 maanden geleden
  • How well with the hot glue hold up here in South Carolina it's very hot and it will melt

    DJ Wild BillDJ Wild Bill6 maanden geleden
  • Na ob das hält, Heißkleber auf so glatten Flächen...obendrein in der prallen Sonne...hmmm. Mit den Reflektioren unten dran siehts richtig abgefahren aus. Wie ein Mondlandegerät. Cooles Teil, Laura...

    Lari FariLari Fari6 maanden geleden
  • i don’t get it, butBuckminster Fuller would love it.

    setphasersetphaser6 maanden geleden
  • Cool! Looks great, and what's more: Finally a film without Festool commercial!

    Olaf HirschOlaf Hirsch6 maanden geleden
  • You can't get that laugh out of your face😎Hey Laura, you should be really proud. Super exciting project and incredibly well implemented. Congratulations on this result.👍

    Papa's KreAktiv-WerkstattPapa's KreAktiv-Werkstatt6 maanden geleden
  • I love this! Good job, Laura!

    Eliza M.Eliza M.6 maanden geleden
  • I love this project. Buckminster Fuller is credited with popularizing geodesic domes (and the name), although he did not build the first one. When I was a young boy, Fuller came to give a lecture in Dallas. I remember playing on the large geodesic dome that was set up in his honor.

    Gary CooperGary Cooper6 maanden geleden
  • Incredible!!

    Jeni BakerJeni Baker6 maanden geleden
  • I know I'm echoing what is already being said in the comments, but I saw the original state you found this stuff in on your IG stories. That you had the creativity to visualize this end result is just astonishing. Let alone being able to make it. You never ceases to amaze me.

    MiriamMiriam6 maanden geleden
  • hm.

    PhilipPhilip6 maanden geleden
  • 😳😳😳😳😳👍👍👍👍👍congratulations.

    Éric MécaÉric Méca6 maanden geleden
  • Wow, diesmal hast du dich selbst übertroffen! Gefällt mir suuuuuper!

    Barbara ThieleBarbara Thiele6 maanden geleden
  • This is so creative and beautiful! Wow!!

    Samuel JonckheereSamuel Jonckheere6 maanden geleden
  • I'm curious. What do you listen to when you're working in your workshop?

    Alberto MartínezAlberto Martínez6 maanden geleden
  • Holy cow that is awesome!

    Connor McCarterConnor McCarter6 maanden geleden
  • You really can’t make a bad video. Love everything you do. Absolutely amazing. Well done and thank you

    matt macmatt mac6 maanden geleden
  • Your notes at 0:46 made me look up ISRU, and now I'm reading about NASA's Artemis project to return to the moon. Thanks for the rabbit hole! :D

    John BodoniJohn Bodoni6 maanden geleden
  • Ха, отлично придумано. Супер идея использовать гибкий материал!

    Master SmolnyMaster Smolny6 maanden geleden
  • My hat to you, Laura!

    Juan PiñeiroJuan Piñeiro6 maanden geleden
  • Loving the linen press in the background! Got the chance to restore one of them the other week - an amazing piece of furniture. Can’t wait to see the tiny trailer completely finished

    Alex PittsAlex Pitts6 maanden geleden
  • Supergenius

    Vincenzo CracoliciVincenzo Cracolici6 maanden geleden
  • Ich bin sprachlos ! Es ist genial ! Beautiful and so well thought. Bravo

    Frédéric Bless-MoixFrédéric Bless-Moix6 maanden geleden
  • Laura...I know that your skills to build everything are awesome but when you started to build artwork as well? :-D

    Dušan JamnickyDušan Jamnicky6 maanden geleden
  • Pretty damn cool, well done

    David McdanielDavid Mcdaniel6 maanden geleden
  • A pleasure to watch - as always. I am just wondering if the hotglue is a durable solution regarding heat and UV-light. Since you have already been using different bonding solutions in other videos I am really curious why you chose it for this project.

    Dirk EibachDirk Eibach6 maanden geleden
  • Buckminster fuller would be proud. Great video and I loved the music too!

    Deanna CintasDeanna Cintas6 maanden geleden
  • Thank God you use your creative genius for good. Excellent as always, Laura.

    aillamaaillama6 maanden geleden
  • Seems like someone is following Buckminster Fuller’s ideas 🤙 Congrats with another project, Laura :)

    KirBVBKirBVB6 maanden geleden
  • I can tell just by the look in Laura's eyes, that sort of rivet design is definitely the adult version of Lego's. You see the instructions, you understand that it has to work, but really have no idea until you see the final product. That feeling of pride, seeing everything come together is unmistakable!

    ScottScott6 maanden geleden
  • 😍

    Joris JanssensJoris Janssens6 maanden geleden
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