Introducing a one-of-a-kind home that is not only affordable, but also designed with sustainability in mind. This unique home features three interconnected monolithic concrete dome structures, which provides unparalleled durability and energy efficiency. It is designed to reduce its carbon footprint, decrease water consumption, and minimize life cycle costs through sustainable design principles, and passive construction techniques.
The zero-energy innovative design and state-of-the-art features provide a truly unique living experience. And with its affordable price tag, this home is perfect for those who want to live sustainably without breaking the bank.
Whether you are looking for a new home for your family or a vacation home to escape to, this sustainable monolithic concrete dome home is the perfect choice.
|Total Sq Ft||850|
|Home Price Range||400K-600K|
The Triple Dome Home is a project designed, managed, and built by students at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. The project team is led by multidisciplinary, sustainability-minded students in programs like construction management, civil engineering, environmental science, marketing, landscape design, communications, experience design management, accounting, and more. Their project: "The Triple Dome Home" was built as a part of the Solar Decathlon competition sponsored by the Department of Energy: https://www.solardecathlon.gov/ The home will also be shipped to Orange County CA for the Sustainability Decathlon competition later this year. https://ocsd23.com/ The Triple Dome Home project has been a great experiential learning opportunity for the over 40 student leads and hundreds of student participants from across the BYU campus. Special thanks to the BYU College of Engineering and the many donors that made this project possible!