Geothermal Architecture

Redefine Underground Living

Geothermal Sleeping

Geothermal Architecture: The most luxurious type of sleep anyone can get, geothermal temperature control. No freon pumping wind blowing air conditioner will ever be needed as each dome is buried under two meters of earth, regulating the living environment to maintain perfect room temperature in the most extreme conditions. Only ceiling fans and small fireplaces are needed to keep the dome at the perfect climate, eliminating the need for costly and outdated HVAC systems. Sleep well at night knowing your earth dome is the most ideal place for earthquakes, hurricanes, tornados, brush fires, fallout, and solar flares. Wake up in a beautiful smelling garden, everyday.

Music Hall or Bathroom?

Thought you sounded good in your shower? Almost every room in your GeoDome becomes a music hall. Each essential two-meter tunnel way can be turned into a home office, play room, breakfast nook, bathroom, etc… Use these geothermal tunnels to add unique designs and cozy nooks to your new life.

Redefine Underground Living
Grey Water Lobby

Grey Water Lobby

Each dome complex has its own grey and black water filtration system, making it fully independent from any costly sewer or irrigation systems. Grey water is pumped through porous lava stones that line the lobby walls, filtering the building’s dishwater, while providing a blissful zen entry into your new home. This design sustains the lush dome exterior without any additional costs or impact on the environment.

Shared Space

Each penthouse floor has a shared computer lab, play room, theatre style, meeting room area. Two meters of earth shield sounds from the outside and other units, making these nearby quiet getaways essential for multi-occupant living. Your home becomes the landscape with this timeless hill scape design. Has the Pantheon ever gone out of style? Domes are classic and super strong. This is one of the most beautiful, affordable, and eco-friendly ways to live.

Shared Space

Rooftop Hydroponics

Each dome feeds itself

Recycled glass can be cheaply cut into even triangles to form a strong geodesic dome on a budget

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