Dome shape has a long history and very deep traditions. Rounded houses were already in iron-bronze ages (800 BC).
In Lithuania, domes were built already from the 17th century: the Dome of St. Kazimieras Chapel (1636), Pažaislis Church Dome (1675), Dome of the Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in Vilnius (1756).
Dome shape in modern architecture has lost its relevance; it seems to have completely forgotten past, since cube shapes dominate now. Quadratic or rectangular form buildings and their laconic forms prevail in modern architecture; the shape of the dome is associated with churches, renaissance, and defensive castles. So, the question is why we recommend this form as very attractive to you?
We were the first in Lithuania to build a dome house of this kind. Based on our experience, proven technology and all the advantages of a dome, we would like to offer you an exclusive product.
With increasing ecological problems and people’s concerns about the future of the planet, the dome homes can return because of their following special features:
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