By selectively removing portions of the ball, there is an internal feeling of being in and surrounded by gardens. Although no such mixing took home comforts. This house also uses a lot of “green technology”. McBride Charles Ryan is the Australian home design company that specializes mostly in experimental design. Their other projects, Klein Bottle House is a math test when the house is trying to create a sphere-shaped house with no unnecessary parts. Not just shapes, but the colors and materials used to give the impression not careful puzzle together. Rainwater collected from roofs covered with copper by a hidden gutters and stored in rainwater tanks installed in the south under the table. Interior contrasts with most of the exterior has a linear form which sometimes appears as a component of the puzzle. The spherical shell also provides a beautiful internal spaces on the first floor. This simple continuous element has been integrated into the house so as to have minimal aesthetic impact. Dome house also uses solar hot water, garden drip irrigation system and double glazing to maximize energy efficiency.