The Invisible Dome Home Entryway — It’s graced by decorative vases and curio cabinets that enhance the southwestern motif of this underground Monolithic Dome home. Underground Tunnel — Made of corrugated steel, the tunnel leading to the front door has a concrete pathway and lighting. Entertaining Area — The perfect spot for entertaining: comfortable sofa and chairs backed by a casual refreshment bar and stools. An indoor forest — A canopy of plump, lifelike tree branches embraces the main living area. Decorative Walls — Various hand-painted motifs decorate the walls and ceilings. Kitchen — Located in the central dome, the kitchen has a large bar area and a stunning marble floor that extends throughout the dome. Acapulco Bay Room — While in Acapulco, Glenn photographed breathtaking beach landscapes, then asked James Perez, a Houston artist, to duplicate the photos onto the bedroom walls. Note the bungee tower in the background. The Mayan Room — This master bedroom features a Mayan temple and artifacts. Try to find the closet door entrance. Luxurious Bathroom — Fixtures in this master bath match the authentic marble floor. Via an elevated television, you can view seascapes and relaxation videos while bathing. Oversize Tub — It’s an invitation to relax that’s hard to resist. Soft lighting provided by scented candles and a waterfall add to the serenity. Playful Creature — This mischievous looking monkey is just one of the playful creatures painted onto the dome’s walls. Surprising Entrance — Is this the door to the fun house? No, it’s just another weird but fascinating door at Glenn’s dome-home. Hidden Tail — This pantry door is painted to appear open, but is actually closed. Look closely for the doorknob hidden in the tail of Glenn’s pet Akita. Outer Space — Swirling planets and stars might make you feel like an astronaut in this bedroom. A Permanent Observer — Since he’s painted onto the wall, you might say he neither sees, hears nor does any evil. A Flowering Hallway — Large lotus flowers give the hallway a garden effect. Curio cabinet houses an impressive collection of gems and crystals. Pre-excavation Site — Glenn carefully planned the placement of his underground home so the natural environment was left virtually undisturbed. Preparing the Site — It took many workers to prepare the ground for Glenn’s huge dome-home.