Home of the Future
R. Buckminster Fuller invented the Geodesic Dome in the late 1940s with the simple intention of “doing more with less”. The hemispherical lattice structure encloses the largest volume of interior space with the least amount of surface area. It creates a new type of living space that is not just efficient, but also comfortable and simply delightful.
This 2,300 sq ft. geodesic dome dwelling in upstate New York was prefabricated and erected by Domespace in 1999. Through huge curved windows, the vast interior with ceiling peak at 40 ft. high is filled with ample daylight and beautiful views of the forest preserve.
Of some 200 “Domespaces” built worldwide, this may still be the only one realized in the U.S so far… The 3-bedroom home, designed to be eco-friendly and engaged with nature, can rotate 360 degrees by the touch of a remote, ensuring it’s always taking advantage of the sun for controlling indoor temperature, as well as providing a change of scenery.
At 90 min drive from New York City, experience this magnificent space available at $2,300/month as bed and breakfast or own it at the price of $699,000!
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