Two Educators Retire: The Hanson’s Double Dome

Image: A double dome home — The larger dome (34′ × 16′) encompasses a living/dining area, kitchen, guest bedroom and bath. The smaller dome (32′ × 14′) includes the master bedroom and bath, a craft and computer area and a large walk-in closet. A rectangular foyer (12′ × 20′) connects the two.

A double dome home — The larger dome (34′ × 16′) encompasses a living/dining area, kitchen, guest bedroom and bath. The smaller dome (32′ × 14′) includes the master bedroom and bath, a craft and computer area and a large walk-in closet. A rectangular foyer (12′ × 20′) connects the two.

Image: Living Room — Its ceiling fan adds to the comfort of the living area in this all-electric Monolithic Dome home.

Living Room — Its ceiling fan adds to the comfort of the living area in this all-electric Monolithic Dome home.

Image: Kitchen — The high ceiling gives an open feeling to the kitchen and provides display space for a variety of glassware and pottery.

Kitchen — The high ceiling gives an open feeling to the kitchen and provides display space for a variety of glassware and pottery.

Image: Master Bedroom — The smaller, 32’ dome, contains the master bedroom, a bathroom, a walk-in closet, and a craft/computer area

Master Bedroom — The smaller, 32’ dome, contains the master bedroom, a bathroom, a walk-in closet, and a craft/computer area

Image: Foyer — Bookshelves and memorabilia line the walls of the conventionally built entryway between the domes. The Hansons researched domes for 15 years before actually deciding on a Monolithic Dome.

Foyer — Bookshelves and memorabilia line the walls of the conventionally built entryway between the domes. The Hansons researched domes for 15 years before actually deciding on a Monolithic Dome.