Space Design P/L
We design portable
domes and other spaceframe structures
We offer a design service, not a manufactured product for sale or hire.
For further information and a downloadable specification document, see the Design Service page.
We offer a comprehensive
and design service. From simple garden spaces to fully-integrated travelling exhibitions
and virtual spaces, we can design a portable
dome to suit your needs, anywhere in the world.
Please note: We
are a design company which provides specialised solutions to customer requirements.
We do not have a stock range of products and do not normally respond to inquiries
of a general nature which do not include specific design requirements.
To fast-track your enquiry to us with your project requirements, please download
a MS Word document which you can email to us as part of
your initial inquiry.
To our design clients, we can arrange:
|ï exhibition booths
ï marquees and gazebos
ï bird aviaries & animal cages
|ï biospaces - hothouses, greenhouses, shadehouses
ï swimming pool covers & sporting
enclosures (tennis courts etc)
ï portable aircraft hangers for helicopters
and small fixed-wing machines
ï manufacture: spaceframe, covers, floors etc to meet all your needs
ï outfit: for audio/visual capture and display, sensing,
security & other hardware
ï content management: production, compilation, translation & configuration
We have special expertise and experience in Portable Immersive Polymedia Event Spaces
Alien Gardenimmersive multimedia installation. Floriade. Canberra. September-October
(6 weeks, 45,000 visitors)
Double dome implementation, each dome exended to include a circular riser extension.
Large Dome is 5m. radius.
3D Sound Theatre. Sonic Connections
Festival, University of Wollongong.
September 2004. Hemispherical version.
4.6m radius. 16.2 channel audio.
Portable set for dance theatre performance.
Flexible reflective screens incorporated into the performance.
In Xanadu did Kubla Khan
A stately pleasure-dome degree:
Where Alph, the sacred river, ran
Through caverns measureless to man
Down to a sunless sea.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834)
Looking from the small dome down the
tunnel into the Alien Garden.
To fast-track your enquiry to us
with your project requirements,
please download a MS Word document
which you can email to us as part of your initial inquiry.
Email:dome 'at' avatar.com.au
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last update: Oct.