Canadian architecture firm Bourgeois/Lechasseur Architectes recently built a trio of geodesic domes as four-season holiday accommodations in a forest of Quebec, Canada.
Each dome sits on a wooden platform, which also serves as an outdoor terrace with a hot tub overlooking a beautiful landscape. A total of four guests can stay comfortably in each of these domes.
With the aim to make least impact on the surrounding environment, these geodesic dome holiday accommodations are cantilevered from the ground using delicate bracing and elevated to sit just underneath the trees.
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A pale grey PVC canvas serves as the main covering, while additional insulation and radiant floor heating allow the domes to stay warm and cozy in all seasons, making them inhabitable all year round.
You can choose to put aside the tent-like material to see the view outside right from windows on the south side of the room.
Special boxes are placed inside each geodesic dome to accommodate a bathroom and kitchen. The living room with a wood-burning fireplace and two small couches share space with the master bedroom on the ground floor. There’s also a second bedroom accessed through a boat ladder in the mezzanine level.
These eco-luxury geodesic domes at Dômes Charlevoix are ideal for those who want to escape the hustle and bustle of the busy city life, soaking themselves in nature.
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