Latvian architectural firm NRJA has revealed its plans to produce an off-the-grid geodesic...
Curlew Keep — The 2800-square-foot Monolithic Dome home that the Bremners planned and built.
This 18-foot tall dome home was built by artist Bev Magennis. It’s located in remote Apache Creek, New Mexico and serves as a tiny guest space on a larger 10-arce homestead. The entire exterior is covered with mosaic ceramic tile
Ananur’s Home — This Monolithic Dome is a 35′ × 15′ sphere. Its exterior is elastomeric Elray stucco. The eyebrows are hand formed out of expanded steel lathe filled with straw.
Learn how to make a geodesic dome (and sphere) out of straws and pipe cleaners | BABBLE DABBLE DO | STEM Activity for Kids | Engineering for kids
Zomes are polar zonohedral domes. Rob Bells’s Zomes are beautiful, organic spaces designed in SketchUp, fabricated with a CNC router and assembled with just mallets and bare hands.
Gorgeous Solar Geodesic Dome Crowns Cob House in the Arctic Circle | Inhabitat
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A fireplace dome by Norwegian firm Haugen/Zohar Arkitekter is located in a playground in Trondheim, Norway, the structure doubles as an enclosed place for storytelling around a fire. The conical-shaped hut looks something like a glowing dollop on the landscape.