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"Io" Series

The Io Series of floor plans includes our small studio domes that range from 20 to 29 feet in diameter. These floor plans are designed as efficiency, one-bedroom and two-bedroom dwellings. (Continued…)

Blogs: Construction

Our experts on the construction of Monolithic Domes contribute to this blog. They write about the progress and problems they might encounter at a specific job site; new products such as, Monolithic stucco; new technology such as our introduction of “Strain Sensors” to Monolithic construction; and new tools and equipment such as the “Paxis 10 Scaffold.” Most of the articles include a generous amount of photographs and diagrams. In addition to articles, this blog includes videos. For example in one video, you can see Monolithic’s Paxis 10 Scaffold in action. New information is often added for your review. (Continued…)

Featured Monolithic Dome Churches


Many churches are not the simple structures they used to be. Modern ones often include sophisticated audio/video equipment, nationwide radio and TV broadcasting, stages for drama productions, theme buildings, etc. Follow this link to stories about Monolithic Dome churches with such features. (Continued…)

Floor Plans by number of bedrooms

One of the first factors many home planners think about is how many bedrooms they need/want in their dream dome-home. We’ve simplified this process by organizing our designs based on the number of bedrooms each includes. That floor plan cataloging ranges from one bedroom to six bedroom and more. (Continued…)

Monolithic Churches: New Developments


Planning, particularly when it involves more than one person, is not always easy. Yet detailed planning is the key to building the worship facility your congregation needs and wants. Follow this link to ideas and information on just what to include in your planning and what’s new in church construction. (Continued…)

Monolithic Dome Benefits: Energy

The Monolithic Dome is a micro-energy user. It needs a minimum of energy to maintain a comfortable interior, usually one fourth of that used by other types of structures. In fact, it takes less energy to heat or cool a Monolithic Dome than it does to heat or cool a super-insulated metal building or a conventional house blanketed in an airtight wrap. Read more about the energy-saving benefits of the Monolithic Dome. (Continued…)

More about Concrete Mixers


The Monolithic Portable Concrete Mixer brings the term “portable concrete mixer” to a whole new level. All shotcrete companies, whether they build Monolithic Domes or not, should own a Monolithic Portable Mixer. Even on large jobs that are serviced by ready-mix trucks, it is amazing how helpful it is to have a Monolithic Portable Mixer attachment on a skid-steer. (Continued…)