double dome


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double dome

An outer dome built over an inner dome, with a space between them; used to provide a supporting structure for the outer dome, or a different shape or architectural treatment to each one individually.
See also: Dome

double dome

A pair of domes, one set within the other, both of which have the same center of curvature.
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