A New Look for Randy South’s Monolithic Dome Home A spacious home — Randy South and his family enjoy living in three, interconnected Monolithic Domes, encompassing a living area of nearly 4,000 square feet and now sporting a beautiful, stucco-like, EIFS finish. Enter please! — The owners enlarged their front entry and added a connector between their dome-home and the garage. Living room — The home’s spacious living room is just to the left of the entrance. Its curved windows, 6’ wide by 8’ high, echo the shape of the dome. Loft — A loft, designed as a playroom with a ping-pong table, overlooks the living area. Staying warm — A hot water system using just one water heater keeps this dome-home comfortably warm during Idaho’s freezing winters. In 1999, monthly heating costs averaged just $27. Kitchen — It occupies one half of one of the 34’ domes. Note the arch where the two domes connect. Three interconnected domes — Two outer domes, each 34’ x 15’, flank the 40’ x 17’ center dome. On a butte — This Monolithic Dome home sits on a 1,260-acre butte overlooking Idaho’s Snake River. A natural view — Perched atop a butte, the dome makes an ideal spot from which to observe wildlife and enjoy nature.