Allard Engineering was founded in 1972.
I began by advancing geodesic dome math to create a superior structure which eliminates undulating strut rows and allows straight-forward construction of the second floor.
In addition, my new math provides a bulge to create a feeling of roominess and to allow the second floor to be the same diameter as the first so no space is lost.
Encouraged by success of the new math, a full-sized house prototype has been built in western Massachusetts.
With an altruistic spirit, Allard has attained IRS 501(c)(3) non-profit status.
This isn't about the money. Pay attention.
First public introduction of Allard's new math at the New World Exposition in Boston. 1975