For most Americans going to see a movie is no big deal! But what if you had to leave the country to do it? And what if you had to make sure you had valid, picture ID with you so you could re-enter the US? Believe it or not, that’s exactly what going to a movie entails for Dianne and Bryan Bremner, two sixty-something retirees who built a Monolithic Dome home in Republic, Washington, 25 miles south of a border crossing into Canada.
The Monolithic Dome home in Missouri is finishing completion and will welcome visitors for the first time as part of the 2017 Monolithic Dome Open House.
Come and tour this beautiful Monolithic Dome home in Utah as part of the 2017 Monolithic Dome Open House.
Door prizes, food vendor, and more at this year’s headquarters open house
After the large storm hit, many residents took shelter in Monolithic Domes, FEMA approved shelters.
We honor Jack Christiansen, a concrete thin-shell pioneering giant, and we extend our deepest condolences to the Christiansen family.
Preparations are being made for attendees to the Fall Dome Builders Workshop.
Many people experienced the solar eclipse that recently passed through the United States. A few were able to experience at a Monolithic Dome, which passed right over a dome in Georgia.
One hurricane was all it took for one couple to seek out a storm-resistant structure, which led them to Monolithic Domes.
The public is invited to the complex of the Monolithic Dome Institute on Saturday, October 14th, 2017 for an open house.
The late architect Jonathan Zimmerman was known for passion for his craft and a sense of humor. His friends and family paint a picture of who he was and what he did.