Curlew Keep — The 2800-square-foot Monolithic Dome home that the Bremners planned and built.

Curlew Keep — Hard To Get To But Easy To Appreciate

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.




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A Day in the Life at Monolithic Headquarters

Gary profile

Life at Monolithic headquarters in Italy, Texas is exciting and filled with all things Monolithic Domes. We bring you a first-hand look from our vice president of sales Gary Clark

Fall Workshop registration now open

Have you ever wanted to learn how to build a Monolithic Dome? How about from professionals who have done it for years? Come join us for our Fall Workshop, where we teach how to build a Monolithic Dome.

Interior completed in Australia dome home

Great room

After years of dreaming and planning, a Monolithic Dome home in Australia has been completed. The interior was recently finished, creating an amazing space for the homeowners.

Midwest dome home finishes recoating

Home recoat

Monolithic Domes, just like any other building, require upkeep to remain functional. The Monolithic Dome home in Dighton, Kansas known as the Muddpuddle Dome On The Prairie was recently recoated to preserve the dome.