In this day and age, the mid-century McMansion is slowly falling out of favor with us millennials. Instead, we’re renting, moving into converted loft spaces in our regional cities across the US, or building sustainable and borderline indestructible homes in line with our enhanced environmental beliefs.
Take the Biodome for instance, a unique glass and metal geodesic dome home built with both form and function in mind. They’re earth sheltered and could function simultaneously as a recreational space, classroom, science lab or observatory. Also, the unique aerodynamic structure of the dome allows both warm and cold air to flow around instead of through the domicile, keeping temperatures pleasant at all times. Little fluctuation in temperature also equates to a lowered carbon footprint. They’re also earthquake resistant up to 8.5 magnitudes on the Richter scale, can withstand winds in excess of 200 mph, are available in 20 different models that can be sized and customized to fit your specific needs. Pricing is available upon request. [Purchase]
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