Baggins end domes davis
The Baggins End Domes, also known as The Domes or the Davis Domes, are a student housing cooperative at the University of California, Davis built by students in 1972. They are part of the Sustainable Research Area which includes the Student Farm and the Experimental College Gardens.The Domes, (AKA Baggins End Innovative Housing), is an oncampus cooperative housing community designed by Ron Swenson. Consisting of 14 fiberglass domes located in the Sustainable Research Area at the western end of Orchard Road, it is home to 26 UCD students. baggins end domes davis
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Mar 14, 2011 Baggins End, on the campus of the University of California, Davis is a small community of undergraduate and graduate students who live together in a bundle of round, white domes among several acres of community gardens, chicken coops, trees and flowers. Malena Hansen DES 40A WQ 18 Prof Cogdell Sec 4. The Baggins End Domes: Raw Materials The Baggins End Domes, which are nestled on the west side of the campus of the University of California, Davis, are a sustainable cooperative living community which focuses on social, economic, and environmental justice.baggins end domes davis