‘How to Build a 3.0m or 3.5m Dome Studio’
by Chris Brown
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- step by step explanation of the building method (including variations)
- detailed plans, sections, elevations
- detailed shop drawings for fabrications and form-work
- engineered slab design
- metric dimensions
- materials list and quantities (source of supply)
- detailed graphical images
- generally comply with Building Code of Australia exempt development provisions town planning – Can be built in a back yard without a DA (in most cases – as a shed)
- alternative systems and materials discussed
- optional materials order form
- subject to our standard terms/conditions
The 3.0m DomeShell
7.0m2 of floor area and 2.4m high
9.4m2 of floor area and 2.4m high
What Skills Will I Need to Build a Dome Studio
Skills required to build a “Dome Studio” are a combination of regular building skills, hand and manual skills, organization and of course, plan reading skills together with plenty of common sense, patience, perseverance, flexibility and a willingness to Try Something Completely New:
Resilient Against All Extreme Natural Forces
Domeshells innovative, patented building system is based on a sandwich panel of composites formed in a compound curve shape such as a “dome”. A Domeshell is formed as a monolithic shell structure having no seams or joints and can be constructed in sizes from 3.0m diameter to 12.0m diameter.
They can be stand-alone or linked together to form multiple dome homes. The sandwich panel comprises a core of polyurethane spray foam with “glass fiber (or basalt fiber) reinforced concrete” (GRC) structural coatings on either side forming a light weight yet extremely strong and exceptionally well insulated monolithic shell.
Domeshell structures are capable of withstanding extreme winds, earthquakes, hail, snow, heat and cold.
No matter where you live in the world, there are many ways to adapt the system which I refer to in the DIY Manual.There are many alternative building materials in different parts of the world, which could be substituted for some of the materials described in the DIY Manual.
Be adventurous, I invite YOU to take what has been developed so far and apply your innovations to the system
Have any Questions – Contact Us Chris Brown