The Chulavista Dome located in Cantabria, Spain is a geodesic dome high up in the trees. The unique dome tiny house can accommodate up to 2 guests with one bedroom and 1.5 baths. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire treehouse to yourself. This two-story treehouse is built around 3 Fresnos (European Ash), a tree native to Cantabria. The treehouse has huge windows, a hot tub, and a large terrace that offer panoramic views of the valley, mountains, and forests.
The treehouse is great for romantic getaways, with a cozy bedroom that sleeps two and features a seating area, a Nespresso coffee maker, and heating. The garden under the dome treehouse is very secluded and offers a gas barbecue, picnic table, and a jacuzzi just for two. During your vacation stay, you'll only hear the sounds of the birds chirping and cowbells ringing. You'll enjoy the unique experience of sleeping under the stars, surrounded by nothing but nature, with all the modern comforts of home such as a full bathroom, microwave, and wifi.
The unique dome design is surrounded by a patio where you can sit and look out at the view. The structure is beautiful inside and out. You'll wake up to a view from your perch in the trees with a wall of windows and a comfy bed. The tiny dome retreat has a comfy couch, a table, and comfy pillows for seating to enjoy a relaxed and scenic holiday in the trees. The outdoor jacuzzi provides a nice place to relax after a day of activity. The Chulavista dome design has an open floor plan with a tiny kitchen with a small fridge, sink, and counter space to prepare simple meals during your stay. The unique treehouse design is surrounded by beautiful scenery and the dome home provides the perfect place to take daydream and take in the view.
Cantabria is a community in northern Spain with Santander as the capital city. Cantabria is recognized as a historic community and is bordered on the south by Castile and Leon, on the north by the Cantabrian Sea (Bay of Biscay), the east by the Basque Autonomous Community, and on the west by the Principality of Asturias.
Eco Homes and green housing are becoming more popular than ever before in modern-day architectural design even though they are ancient homebuilding techniques. There are also modern-day green-friendly building methods that are incredible too such as geodesic domes. Geodesic dome shelters have been built all around the world in different climates and temperatures and still, they have proven to be the most efficient human shelter one can find. More specifically, the geodesic dome is energy efficient for many reasons: Its decreased surface area requires less building materials.
Geodesic dome designs promote more efficient air circulation and keep temperatures even throughout the home design. This can make the tiny houses two to four times more energy-efficient than traditional home designs. These homes insulate very efficiently due to their unique shape and design.
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