Yes. In fact, geodesic dome houses are intrinsically more energy-efficient than other structures, since the natural airflow inside a dome is continuous (no corners where air can sit and stagnate), meaning less energy is needed to move air around and raise or lower the temperature. Also, a sphere has less surface area compared with its volume, meaning building and heating or cooling the dome will be cheaper and use less energy. Also, domes lend themselves well to skylights, which can be placed in strategic spots to cut back on the use of lighting.
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