The second in the successful Levity series was built in 2005. The ceiling of the centre chamber of Levity II is particularly beautiful - translucent blue points in a swirling geometric pattern on a soft red ground make this the most mosque-like of domes.
The three outer domes are based on an adapted dodecahedron where the seam lines as fluid map contours to define the shape.
The Red Tree of Levity II is a dome with luminous central trunk and branches. It is often the dome where one finds a large number of people sitting around the trunk, centring on its radiance, as people might sit around a communal fire.
Description by Architects of Air