Temporary shelters and greenhouses can be built with Geodesic Dome Kits.

If you enjoyed fort-building as a child, you'll appreciate the modular design of the Ekodome Geodesic Dome Kits, which provide options for a versatile dome with endless possibilities.


The Geodesic Dome Kits are manufactured by Ekodome, a company based in Brooklyn, New York City. The concept is straightforward, consisting of an aluminum frame that you assemble yourself in the traditional DIY fashion. It is constructed of high-quality, long-lasting materials to ensure a long service life. Aluminum hubs and hub caps with EPDM seals are provided, as are aluminum struts and caps with TPE SEBS seals, as well as stainless steel bolts and nuts.

Once constructed, the geodesic dome can be used for a variety of purposes such as a greenhouse, garden shed, or glamping tent. You might want to use it as a temporary work space, living quarters, or a chicken coop. It could also be used as a disaster relief shelter or as a tiny home off-grid.

Since the introduction of the Geodesic Dome Tent Kit into the world, it has gained widespread popularity. Everyone enjoys using the geodesic dome tent as a glamping house, bubble hut for tourism, greenhouse for agriculture, and event display application. It has a reasonable price, a straightforward but sturdy construction, and a distinctive appearance. Aside from that, it provides dependable performance, complete safety, and a longer lifespan. Otherwise, setting up a geodesic dome tent is a simple process.

Each frame can be covered with a variety of materials ranging in thickness from 4mm to 10mm. This gives you the flexibility to use the unit as a greenhouse with plastic or as a shelter with fabric. You can create your own coverings using the company's templates, or you can wait for the pre-cut panels, which are expected to be available soon. The modular design allows you to connect units together via tunnels to create a true Mars experience while also providing protection from the elements on Earth.

The geodome concept is not new, and it has been used for tents and full-size homes in the past with the understanding that the design is strong, light, and energy efficient. These domes, on the other hand, frequently have significant issues with water resistance and reliable, protective cladding options. Ekodome has overcome these difficulties by employing cutting-edge technology to produce durable seals throughout the company.

The company now offers five different geodome solutions. Ekodome explained, "The five different models in various sizes are named after the feelings they elicit at first glance:Seed was chosen for being the smallest in size; Luna was chosen for being able to connect to larger sizes, such as a satellite; Terra was chosen for being the most common size for greenhouses; Stellar was chosen for its stunning appearance; and Cosmos was chosen for its massive dimensions.”

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