Spherical Space Enclosures

Illustrations updating my untitled self-published books of 1989/90. They need to be updated again, showing the use of 3D printing tools to build the rooms in the manner shown, similar to upside-down intersecting coiled pots. The house or structure might be left partially uncovered and built in a clear or semi-clear silica-based material for natural light. The surrounding swale captures rain runoff and serves as a garden, along with the surrounding field best planted with fruit and nut trees along with other needs. The resulting cave-like structure is naturally tempered by soil coverage. Spherical domes (not geodesic flat-planed domes) are by nature the strongest hollow form, being held in place by gravity. The structure might last for millennia.