Pacific Domes – Geodesic Event Domes, Dwell Domes & Greenhouse Domes
Welcome to Pacific Domes, the original Geodesic Dome company.
Since 1980, we have been designing award-winning shelters that are engineered to be energy efficient, easy to erect, and exceptionally durable. As the leading manufacturer of geodesic domes for over 38 years, we are committed to the most efficient and elegant architectural solutions.
We are a family owned and operated company based out of Ashland, Oregon. Our portable domes are used all over the world for personal, corporate, and community purposes. Each dome type can be customized, offering an unlimited potential for creativity.
Browse our website to explore the possibilities:
Event Domes – trade show booths, music festivals, and immersive projection domes
Dwell Domes – personal living, studios, glamping, and eco-tourism resorts
Greenhouse Domes – for a variety of growing opportunities
Playground Domes – climbing structures for childhood development
Emergency Relief Domes – disaster preparedness and crisis relief
Award Winning Dome Company
We are honored to have been recognized multiple times by the IFAI. We have received awards for excellence in both the Tent Manufacturing and Party Tent Rental categories, as well as an outstanding achievement award for Commercial Tent Rental.
Our Prestigious Clients
Traveling down a dusty road, bordered by golden fields and rolling hills of oaks and dark green conifers, eventually leads you to a remote haven known as Trillium. Nestled along Birch Creek and the Little Applegate River in the Siskiyou Mountains of Southern Oregon, Trillium is an off-grid wilderness community and retreat center. The residents who live in the small Commune, as well as organizations and visitors, have the opportunity to experience pristine nature, develop unique skills and share knowledge in this beautiful setting.
Pacific Domes is a DBE and a Certified Woman Owned Business.
“Make the world work for 100% of humanity, in the shortest possible time, through spontaneous cooperation without ecological offense or disadvantage of anyone.”
—Buckminster Fuller, expert of the geodesic dome.