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Building with Air

Building with Air

Dante Bini

Thus begins the incredible story of an Italian architect transplanted overseas: Dante Bini, inventor of the Binishell, the dome that incredibly, is built with air.

Bini recounts how, from that first prototype on the Emilian Plain, he came to conceive of a completely new architecture through a series of realised projects and design proposals in Italy, the United States, Pakistan, Japan, Australia and even more space stations on the moon.

An autobiography of an extraordinary professional life dedicated to invention and the structural arts, an account which is both funny and insightful, and concludes by reflecting on human ingenuity and its infinte possibilities.




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