31 Aug '17, 12pm

Funky Gemma Observatory in New Hampshire is the perfect place for stargazing

Funky Gemma Observatory in New Hampshire is the perfect place for stargazing

The new Gemma Observatory in New Hampshire defies architectural tradition by rejecting the established dome form. Instead, this private astronomical observatory looks like it has been carved out of the rock on which it stands. Anmahian Winton Architects designed the building as a faceted volume that creates optimal conditions for sky observation.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/funky-gemma-observatory-in-new-hamps...

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