What started out as an afterthought is now a conference center hosting thousands a year.
Aerated concrete is conventional concrete infused with air bubbles or styrofoam beads to make the concrete less dense and lighter — like pumice compared to granite. It’s often used to replace heavier concrete blocks in small to medium-sized buildings.
Could this lightweight material replace shotcrete in constructing a Monolithic Dome? No, because the dome is already “aerated” using an entirely different method.
A recent earthquake in Vanuatu did no damage to domes, further adding to the long list of domes to survive natural disasters.
After many years and setbacks, an underground dome home in Maine in finally coming to fruition.
This iconic beachfront dome home has come up for sale, offering potential buyers a million-dollar view.
As medical professionals search for a suitable building for their needs, a Monolithic Dome is just what they need.
A hastily finished home is now being restored to its full glory thanks to the hard-working remodel efforts of its current owners. How one family transformed their dome home.
Let us take you back to the early days of building Monolithic Domes through the eyes of our Vice President of Sales Gary Clark, who has been building domes for many years.
New ownership of this dome home is fixing the home and giving it a new a future.
Construction has finally finished and allowed the family to move into their dome home.
A Monolithic Dome is now underway on the island of Maui in Hawaii to be used as a theater.