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The Complex, pictured here in 1966, was the most ambitious structure at Drop City. It was based on the Zome, a stretched zonahedral form that consisted of three 30-foot connected domes. It was designed by Steve Baer, who used Drop City as a laboratory for experimental architecture and had come up with the idea of using car tops because a salvage yard let the Droppers chop them out and keep them for as little as 10 cents a piece.

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