The Eye of the Storm Eye of the Storm — This Monolithic Dome home, on a beach site on Sullivans Island, South Carolina, is a prolate ellipse measuring 80′ × 57′ × 34′. Many curves — The grand staircase to the third level continues the dome’s sculpted and curved design. Second floor — It encompasses the home’s main living area: living, dining and entertaining areas; a kitchen; 3 full bathrooms; 2 bedrooms. A hurricane survivor — The Eye’s ground level has 8 huge openings that a hurricane’s storm surge can rush through without harming the dome’s top 2 levels. Gourmet fixings — Kitchen features an eating island and a work counter, built in opposite curves of Corian. Work counter has sink bowls molded right into it, making it seamless and easy to clean. Dining area — It’s located just to the right of the main entrance. The 3 progressively smaller windows create an interesting accent. Master bath — It includes a large whirlpool tub with a rounded window just above it. Third floor comfort — This sitting room is suspended over the second level and flooded with sunshine coming through the skylight. Master bedroom — Located on the third level, the master bedroom has easy access to the outside porch. Second or main floor — The dome’s four levels provide 3500 square feet of inside living space. Third floor — Its bedrooms include large closets and access to 2 porches. How about a nap? — Balcony just outside the master bedroom includes an inviting hammock. Up and out! — The main balcony, outside the living room, has a single pillar that is part of this Monolithic structure and is extremely strong. To the beach! — From the balcony, one steps down onto a bermed hill and then down to the beach.