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Monolithic dome homes

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Image: Monolithic Dome addition — This 36’ diameter dome adds needed space with little increase in overall energy costs.

The night after our home addition was inflated, some of the neighbors thought a UFO had landed. A soft orange glow radiated from the elliptical bubble. It almost seemed alive. Sound like something from a science fiction movie? The foam and concrete dome has something to do with science, but there’s nothing fictional about it.

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Image: Monolithic Dome in Mocow — Sviet Raikov, a native Russian, built this Monolithic Dome home, 36′ × 18′, after learning the technology in a Monolithic Workshop. An American flag flies from the dome’s top.

Sviet Raikov, a native Russian, who attended a Monolithic Dome Workshop in 1994 and returned to Moscow with one of our Training Paks, reports the completion of a 36’ X 18’ dome home — the first of its kind in Russia!

Monolithic.org This monolithic dome in Manitowoc, Wisc. is playfully known as the disappearing dome because it's painted sky blue to blend with its surroundings along Lake Michigan.

The dome's shape and inherent structural integrity make it both stronger and more energy-efficient than your typical home

Is there any reason why your dome home can't be underground? It's more energy efficient.

The rationale for building underground dome homes is discussed including energy-efficiency, resistance to fire and earthquakes and independent living.

Green Magic Homes ecoshell featured in Discovery Channel and DIY Network – GREEN MAGIC HOMES

Building Off the Grid: Appalachian Underground Green Magic Homes is featured on the Discovery Channel's hit show "Building off the Grid" with a beautiful eco-shell built by William Barrett and John Greer in the Appalachian Mountains of Tennessee. The cottage features organic finishes, a recycled wood kitchen, custom wood windows and a myriad of unique details