Monolithic Towers: Multistory Dormitories and Apartments Designed by Leland A. Gray, Architect of Salt Lake City, Utah, these multistory Monolithic Towers are set at an angle and have interconnecting sections between them. Here these ultra-strong, energy-efficient, cylindrical units are set in a straight line. Obviously, they can be designed as apartments or dormitories. These multistory dormitories have many of the important benefits of Monolithic Domes, including energy efficiency and the ability to resist fire and high winds. The interior can be subdivided into apartments as well as dormitory rooms of just about any size. The tower shape of this multistory provides many options for planning its interior. In designing a new Monolithic Dome to adjoin an existing, rectangular school building, Architect Gray used bricks whose color matched that of the bricks in the old building. In New Oroville, India, Catalytic Software built a company-campus that includes Monolithic EcoShell multistory homes. Cylindrical, multistory Monolithic Towers can be designed to accommodate a single family, two families or several individuals.