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4 thoughts on “Dome House Constructed in Six Weeks for Just $8000!”
jolie petite maison, très originale
i love it but where is the bath/washroom?
Go to Steve’s website, linked above, to see all of the pictures of the house and the construction process. There’s a third dome that has a marvelous bathroom with plants.
Click the links that are listed with it. This isn’t an article about the house. It’s just a teaser to get you to look at the /rest/ of the information elsewhere. The second article is Steve Areen’s site, and he goes through the entire process of building the house, there.
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