in the Public Realm
Gold Dome

Bailey Bozalis Dickinson Roloff
Renovation Architect
Mike Kertok
  • Constructed, 1956
  • Renovation, 2005
Landmark Designations
  • National Register of Historic Places 2003
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Since 1956, the Gold Dome has stood as a shimmering vision of the future. But despite being one of Oklahoma City’s most recognizable sites, the geodesic dome — the fifth such structure in the world — almost became history.

With its complex web of 625 hexagons, the structure was designed to usher in a new age of technology, spanning 145 feet in diameter, covering approximately 27,000 square feet and representing a million-dollar investment.

But in 2001, the then-owners of the Gold Dom...
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1112 N.W. 23rd St
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
United States

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