2 thoughts on “An Innovative Way to Build Aircrete Domes”

  1. Actually, I used to just love domes, then had to build one, then i worked in construction, entered a dome with drywall inside, and saw what a tough job finishing it can be. Door and window problems are paramount, followed by waterproofing, looks, formwork problems, etc. I have a great design for a foam dome home, btw, so i am not completely against them, but a gable end roof is sure to be more economical..

  2. domes atop a wall make a lot more sense. And… a wood, steel stud, or bamboo frame inside a styro aircrete wall and roof will give far better performance, cost, and environmental impact. Also a thin coat of clay crete will give good looks, and make it look like natural stone.


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