Domebook One, Shelter Lloyd Kahn Back to the Land 1970s Hippie Home Construction

Two books published by Lloyd Kahn Two vintage books on alternative construction techniques Up for bid are two oversize books from the 1970s "back-to-the-land" hippie era:
Domebook One by Lloyd Kahn: Published by Pacific Domes, Los Gatos, CA, 1970, Second Printing, 56 pages, softbound, approximately 10 3/4 inches by 14 1/2 inches.
Geodesic domes were the alternative shelter of choice for many back-to-the-landers in the 1970s. This book features a number of photos, drawings, charts and tables offering calculations of dome geometry, angles for cutting the various dome panels, methods of constructing dome frameworks, dome skinning options, attaching panels to the frame, windows, sealing domes against the elements, siting considerations, costs (circa 1970) and more, along with photos of domes, dome builders, construction details and more.
Shelter: Published by Shelter Publications, Bolinas, CA, 1973. 176 pages, softbound, approximately 11 inches by 14 1/2 inches.
Shelter presents a more generalized approach to the construction of living spaces, including an overview of a wide variety of construction methods from around the world and throughout history. Includes sections on Caves, Huts, Tents; Native Americans; European Timber; The New World; Barns; Building; Materials; Nomad Living; Dwelling;
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