The DOM (E) geodesic home can be easily transported, is powered by the sun, captures rainwater, and is made from environmentally-friendly materials. What more could one want?
Do you value eco-friendly homes that are easy to transport, can endure types kinds of weather, and have much lower costs to maintain than traditionally constructed living spaces? If so, you’re bound to love the DOM (E) all-season home.
DOM (E), a foldable geodesic home, is truly the perfect solution for those who love to venture in life and live comfortably at the same time. The home is designed for both the sweltering desert heat and the frigid cold. Perhaps the best part? It can be transported easily.
According to its creators, the dome home is “easily foldable,” and is made from “environmentally friendly” construction materials. It also costs less to put up and tow around than other living structures.
As No Rules Just Architecture (NRJA) shares, DOM (E)’s shape allows for great ventilation and conducts airflow with help from underground ducts. The top of the geodesic structure can gather rain, and it also obtains solar power from the blazing sun. In addition, the home “connects to the hot water tank, providing toilet facilities and kitchen with warm water.”
The exterior of the home is constructed with concrete and liquid rubber. It’s well-insulated interior is made with an inviting birch plywood and allows for plenty of space to relax and enjoy life. It even has a fireplace for those who adore snuggling up with hot cocoa and watching flames in the winter.
This incredibly innovative and accommodating structure is one of the most intriguing eco-homes we’ve seen. It compares to the egg-shaped Ecocapsule Tiny Home that lets you live off-grid anywhere, and that one is on many peoples’ waiting lists.
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