The Garlock Residence — A Dream Dome The Garlock residence — A fabulous Monolithic Dome dream home sitting atop a ledge of the Colorado Rockies. Love at first sight — The Garlocks said they immediately fell in love with the nonconventional design of their dome-home. A bridged walkway — It connects the redwood, patio deck to the dome’s upper deck that overlooks the valley. Back entrance — Residents have a convenient, sheltered back entrance. Open, airy look — Windows that are three stories high fill the home with light and give it an open, peaceful feel. Planters — Dome’s lower level encompasses 2 bedrooms, bathroom, exercise room and greenhouse centered about a waterfall, indoor pond and a rising planter. Interest areas — The 3800 square feet of living space accommodate many interests: music, reading, conversation, etc. Wood and greenery — They complement each other and their outdoor environment. Walk in the treetops — The finely crafted, redwood deck has a walkway that seems to reach into the treetops. Redwood deck — It has a ponderosa pine growing through it. View of the Rockies — The deck and its view of the Rockies is a favorite spot. Solar panels — Located near the home, they generate sufficient on-site electricity for this entire Monolithic Dome dream home. Built green — Superior insulation and energy efficiency make this home “green”. Fitting right in — Nestled among the trees, the dome seems a natural part of the landscape. Disappearing act — Sometimes the dome is hard to spot. Garage — It’s a Monolithic Dome with a 32-foot diameter. Curvaceous blending — The garage dome curves and blends into the larger home dome that has a 50-foot diameter. Convenient touches — A spray-in-place, concrete fence and a stairway with wide, comfortably spaced steps provide secure, convenient access.