Monolithic dome homes
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Jonathan Owens saved to Our Future Home
2,664 square feet Six bedrooms Three baths
Ty saved to home plans
10 minutes from my temporary apartment is (aka AI Domes) company. Some images that caught my attention but I strongly lean towards open floor plan:.
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Shelby Roe saved to Dome house
We’re building Earthbag homes!! You may think you will live in a mud hut! And not true. The designs possible are… by lilastar
Kajaira garcia saved to Arquitectura
A Casa Domo, edificação de madeira projetada no sul da China pela Timothy Oulton Design, é o paraíso dos designers. Afinal, foi feita sob medida para os profissionais da área de uma empresa da redondeza. O espaço principal, concebido na forma de um domo, é um local comunal para os designers se reunirem para dialogar e criar.
Ricardo Andrade saved to Marcenaria
Dade County, Georgia was one of many areas of the southern United States hit by deadly tornadoes this past spring. An EF-3 tornado struck the area on April 27, followed by two smaller EF-1 twisters. Although several homes were destroyed, one resident weathered the storms with no worries at all.
Sabra Sanzotta saved to Prefab
The night after our home addition was inflated, some of the neighbors thought a UFO had landed. A soft orange glow radiated from the elliptical bubble. It almost seemed alive. Sound like something from a science fiction movie? The foam and concrete dome has something to do with science, but there’s nothing fictional about it.
Tradetech Africa saved to Dome house
We wonder what Bilbo, Tolkien’s hero hobbit, would have thought about the earth-bermed, 1400-square-foot, Monolithic Dome home, completed in October 2004, in Flag Pond, Tennessee.
Fabiola Baez Flores saved to Quick Saves
David, Barry and Randy South switched on the inflator fans to construct the first Monolithic Dome in April 1976. It was for a potato storage in Shelley, Idaho — 105-feet diameter by 35-feet tall, which was pretty ambitious for their first dome. It changed their lives. They patented the process and started changing the world, one dome at a time. Today, there are Monolithic Domes throughout the United States and the world — from the Arctic to the tropics — used for schools, storages, churches…
Nanette South Clark saved to Monolithic Domes