Sunday, April 04, 2010

Vestibule

The solution to the airco duct issue


 Almost white tiles in the vestibule

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 The end result

 Tribute to South Boston


5 comments:

Debrah said...

omg it is so beautiful i saw a dome home the other day and fell in love

Anonymous said...

Hello my name is Cesar and Ive been intrerested in building a dome also. whats brought me to your profile was the double mulberry because thats the plan i want. Is there any advice fo information you can give with regards to the build and its hidden cost?wassthere any issues with the county/ city building office?and did you construc it 100% by yourselves, what was the finished cost? I thenkyou for you assistance please rply to Cesar.Rivas@live.com
Thankyou.

Anonymous said...

I love this bloomin thing but wonder at the cost and masterful workmen that will be needed. I am a good electrician and mediocre carpenter but hope I am up to this. I am used to square corners.

Anonymous said...

Hi I would like to starts dome home project but not quite sure where to start from and advice? Gordon@lapello.com

Catherine Nsdh said...

I lived in a dome for fifteen years and I have never been happier. My husband and I owned a dome cluster (45 & 35). I am a widow now and once again live in a traditional house. There is no greater comfort than what you feel in a dome. The structure simply envelopes you and makes you feel protected. I miss my dome and treasure every minute I was able to enjoy it.

I did not see a riser wall on your home. Our 45 had a 3ft.riser and the 35 had a 5ft. riser which allowed for lots of windows and sliders.

Enjoy your home.