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Geodesic Domes at Hostel Forest


These are the geodesic domes at Hostel Forest in Brunswick, Georgia.

The property features geodesic domes and 9 tree houses built by volunteers.

It’s a 133 acre property with forest and wetlands near St. Simons Island and Jekyll Island.

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Geodesic Domes at Hostel Forest

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Video: The Hostel in the Forest

Learn more: http://www.foresthostel.com/

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  • June 16, 2016, 5:49 pm

    The Shape suggests good acoustics, but also, a place of community, gathering.

  • Avatar Lisa E.
    June 16, 2016, 6:54 pm

    I’ve never been a fan of geodesic homes; they’ve been around for decades, but I certainly like these. They have a special warmth to them that you don’t find either in yurts or geo-domes. And it is especially nice that they have a small village of them that are all the same on the outside; adds a certain cohesive feeling. Very nice, the whole thing.

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