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Permitting Your Greenhouse

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In the event that your area requires a building permit, don’t let the application process stand between you and building your free-standing geodesic greenhouse. After 40-years in business, Pacific Domes has everything you need to support you through the building process and ensure your plans meet the strictest engineering standards and your local building codes. …Read More

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5 Tiny Homes Inspired by Nature

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“Experience Tiny Home Dome luxury – living large close to Nature” — Pacific Domes, Inc. Ecoliving tiny home domes offer amazingly affordable solutions to skyrocketing building costs, house payments and property taxes. A prefab tiny home dome simplifies building decisions, saving you money on materials and construction – and, you’ll love how quickly your dwelling …Read More

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Treasured Love

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Do you want to be unique? Adding a touch of elegance to your special day, a stately white geodesic wedding dome invites guests to partake in your blissful union in an unforgettable and unique venue. Pacific Domes has fully customizable wedding domes, so you can say “I do” against the backdrop of your dreams while …Read More

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Building the Ultimate Community Greenhouse Food-Garden

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Inspiring innovation through education, Pacific Domes mission-driven goal is to empower communities by building Community Food-Garden Greenhouses to raise delicious, locally-grown farm-to-table food. As the strongest structures known to man, our long-lasting and durable geodesic greenhouse structures are designed to withstand the test of time. What better time to re-imagine the future of community greenhouse …Read More

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LA Architects Dome Escapes

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Domes are the strongest structure known to man. Both Shaun Hausman and Curran Boyle are architects from LA, independently they chose to live in tiny house domes in the California countryside with their families. Architect: Shaun Hausman More than a decade has passed since Home and Garden Magazine published a beautiful piece on Shaun Hausman’s …Read More

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