Recently I ran into an interesting tiny house solution, they are called Monolithic Dome Homes.

They can be used for several purposes and come in a small variety of shapes and sizes…

  • Full sized homes
  • Tiny dome homes (cabins)
  • Churches
  • Schools
  • Storage
  • Eco shelters “ecoshells”
  • Rentals (duplexes and fourplexes)

They are not very expensive and can be a great solution for some.

Take a look at this tiny dome home…

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For more information on these great little houses, visit the builder at Monolithic.com. Their website provides lots of information, pictures and videos.

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Alex

Alex has been living in small spaces for more than 7 years, he's the founding editor of TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter, and has passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. Send in your story and tiny home photos so we can share and inspire others towards simplicity too. Thank you!

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  • Kat

    OMG!! I am in love with this! This is the cutest thing! Domes always seemed to large, but this is fantastic!! ~Kat

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    • Alex

      I so agree, Kat. I’ve always seen them as too big, but this is perfect and probably very affordable just not “normal”.

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  • Mary Hollinger

    This is the answer to housing all over the world. It is definitely the answer to homelessness! And a great answer for people after a major natural disaster. But also, it would be great for retirement housing. Better than mobile homes. I really like monolithic domes, large or small!

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    • Alex

      Thank you, Mary, glad that you liked it. I’m impressed by domes too, especially these small ones. I’m all for affordable housing that makes sense.. I love Habitat for Humanity but lots of times, they put families into homes where they end up struggling. Smaller makes so much sense for those in poverty, etc. Makes for a happier, richer life most times.

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  • Scott

    This is Exactly what I was hoping to do. So COOL!

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    • Alex

      Glad you liked it Scott! Thanks!

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  • gus

    can you email me info on how your houseing has done in northern spaces? as i work above the 53 par. in manitoba canada and we could use this size houseing all over the north so more info please

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  • Andrew

    Can you advise what insulation these have if any?
    Also how much do they cost?
    Thanks

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