This is the story of a brother, Sonny, who built an incredible teahouse eco dome for his brother, Tommy, who uses a wheelchair to get around and has a passion for tea.
It’s a 113 sq. ft. structure which they designed around recycled windows that they found for the project. Sonny used a simple method of construction using dirt, bags, and barbed wire. The total cost for the project was only $3,000. His brother enjoys the dome every day and offers private tea tastings out of it.
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Brother Builds Amazing Backyard Teahouse For His Brother
They call it Tommy’s Tea-Dome. 🙂
The brothers designed the dome around the recycled windows that they found online.
They used a construction method called superadobe to build the dome. It is a simple method of creating from raw materials with dirt, bags, and barbed wire.
Look how heating is built right into the design. It’s so smart and must be so cozy on a cold day.
They only spent $3,000 to build it using the superadobe method, which combines adobe with modern construction technology.
Now his brother has a sacred space that he will appreciate for years to come. And he offers private tea tastings from here. How cool is that!?
How cool is that!?
VIDEO: He Built A Backyard Eco Dome Teahouse For His Wheelchair-Bound Brother
- Backyard Eco Dome Built for Wheelchair-Bound Brother (Tiny House Giant Journey/YouTube)
- Eco Dome Tea Tasting Experience with Tommy – Grass Valley, California
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