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Fourplex Monolithic Dome Home!

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This is a follow-up post to Monolithic Dome Tiny Homes that I originally shared back in 2010. It’s incredible that it’s been over ten years since I originally shared this, hasn’t it? Quite unbelievable! And I’m fortunate enough to still be getting to go back, comb through old articles, and make them better all thanks to you and your support over the years. 🙏

So anyway, this is an incredible FOURPLEX Monolithic Dome Home Structure so that means there are four total units per structure at approximately 201-sq.-ft. of space per unit. That means each structure is only 804-sq.-ft. yet offers four units. Pretty impressive, isn’t it? How do you see this type of structure being used most effectively? Let’s talk about it in the comments down below, please, because I’d love to hear your thoughts and ideas! And who knows, the right person might read it and turn it into reality somewhere. Wouldn’t that be cool?

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Fourplex Monolithic Dome Home Structures… Wow! Would you build or live in one of these?

Fourplex Monolithic Dome Home Structures... Wow! Would you build or live in one of these?

Images via Monolithic.com

So here’s the floor plan. It’s a ROUND Structure, kind of like a yurt but each unit is approximately 201-sq.-ft. What do you think? This could be a pretty useful building to have on a property, don’t you think?

Monolithic Dome Fourplex - floorplan

Here is a peek inside one of the units… It’s basically a studio design with a kitchenette, bathroom, dining nook, wardrobe, and a bed that doubles as your couch and lounge.

Monolithic Dome Fourplex

Here’s a view of the kitchenette. It’s like an apartment or motel-style kitchen which definitely works! I could cook a mean breakfast in here, believe me!

Monolithic Dome Fourplex - Kitchen

Here’s a closer look at the bedroom area of the studio dome unit with its own window and in-wall AC unit so you can stay warm or cool while sleeping. I’m sure that unit has no problem keeping this space at the right temperature!

Monolithic Dome Fourplex - Bedroom

Images via Monolithic.com

With a living area of 201 square feet –– about the size of a large, double motel room –– the apartments are designed for one-person occupancy.

Get more information on these at Monolithic’s Oberon Four-plex page.

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Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!
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  • anne bentham
    February 25, 2010, 12:46 pm

    Very cool. I would have loved to live in a cute little dome apartment.

  • Paddy
    April 9, 2015, 1:26 pm

    These are so cool! Very innovative and simple

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