Sponsored Links
SEARCH THIS SITE
SEARCH for bankruptcy house or foreclosed properties, blueprint homes floor plans, affordable living homes, small and townhouse designs and floor plans, custom home designs, local job postings, overseas job postings, bank cash loans, and personal loan ideas.
EXCHANGE RATE HERE, CHOOSE CURRENCY
Advertisement

Wednesday, February 03, 2016

STORM AND TYPHOON RESISTANT, EARTHQUAKE RESILIENT and FLOOD PROOF MONOLITHIC HOUSES FOR ONLY P320,000?



This Monolithic House is the latest technology that will protect you and your family from typhoon, storm, and earthquake, as well as flood. This typhoon and storm-proof house, as well as flood proof house design or flood-proof house, as well as earthquake resistant house structures is specially designed to withstand typhoon and strong winds. Initially, they are planning to build 200 of this strong dome house in the Philippines, in a 3 Hectare, Brgy. San Pedro, Dapitan City, Zamboanga del Norte

Made out of lava and cement so it will be fire-proof. The structure will also float in case of flooding.
 FIRE-PROOF, FLOOD PROOF HOUSE, STORM-PROOF, EARTHQUAKE SAFE MONOLITHIC HOUSE FOR ONLY P320,000?
HOW IT IS DONE? CHECK OUT HERE: THE MAKING OF A MONOLITHIC DOME HOUSE, FIRE PROOF, STORM-PROOF, FLOOD PROOF HOUSE and EARTHQUAKE PROOF HOUSE






DESIGN SAMPLE 1

Image: Stoned and beautiful – Karen and Dan Tassell’s Monolithic Dome home sits on six acres just outside of Magonolia, Texas.

Image: 800-square-foot, spectacular, small home in Brigham, Utah. No A/C needed. Open windows at night to cool it. It stays cool all day. Owner Lori Hunsaker did the rock cover on the exterior herself.

Image: Enter please! – Karen used her artistic talents in decorating her and Dan’s dome-home.

Image: The right size – The Tassell dome has a diameter of 53 feet, a height of 18 feet, a main living area of 2200 square feet and a loft with 425 square feet.
The right size – The Tassell dome has a diameter of 53 feet, a height of 18 feet, a main living area of 2200 square feet and a loft with 425 square feet. Photo courtesy of Dan Tassel
Image: Gracious living – A generous, open area that includes living room, dining room and kitchen dominates the downstairs.

Image: Going up! – A spiral staircase leads to the loft that circles about two-thirds of the dome’s interior. It has space for two bedrooms and a bath, should the Tassells decide to add.

Image: Comfortable work space – Appliances, cupboards and counters in the kitchen are arranged for efficiency and comfort.

Image: Master bedroom – Furnishing the master bedroom marked the beginning of the moving-in process. Dan said that Karen began just as soon as he hung the first clothes rod in the master bedroom closet.

Image: Master bath – An efficient use of space provides room for storage cabinets.

Image: Anyone for a soak? – This attractive master bath includes a roomy tub. 

Image: The Stoning – Karen and her mom did most of it on their own.

Image: Adhesive – The Tassells used a Dow Corning product that cures in about three days and eventually forms a permanent bond.

Image: Looking natural – The stones are a cultured product manmade out of concrete but look very natural.

Image: What goes where? – The stones came in about four, well coordinated colors and 24 shapes and sizes. Fortunately, Karen and her mom knew just where to put what.

Image: Getting up there! – To stone the very top of the dome, the Tassells used a manlift, loaned to them by Amy and Bob Brooks. 

Image: Wow! – The stoning was completed. Now it’s time to celebrate.

The interior plan of monolithic dome house. Photo courtesy of Michael Scott



Image:
Image:


Most of the images used here are from www.monolithic.org



This fire-proof houses, flood resistant structures, flood proof and typhoon resilient house, and earthquake safe house Monolithic House, is ideal for Philippine areas like Batanes, Bulacan, Pampanga and other cities in the Philippines. Initially, report said they are building it in Dapitan, in Zamboanga.


screenshot from BANDILA ABS CBN news
©2016 THOUGHTSKOTO