The Flintstones meet futurism at this hurricane-resistant dome residence on Sullivan Island, close to the US metropolis of Charleston.
In the marketplace for $4.995m by way of Michael Royal of Pareto Actual Property, the egg-shaped home is called ‘Eye of the Storm’. It was designed by architect X Dilling and builder George Paul to exchange his mother and father’ residence, destroyed by Hurricane Hugo in 1989.
The 650-tonne monolithic dome residence was constructed utilizing concrete, metal and glass. Its home windows are set again from the dome’s exterior shell, to create decks and balconies, whereas rooms have curved concrete partitions.
The three-bedroom residence beachfront residence unravels throughout three major ranges, and the Nice Room – comprising a lounge, eating room and freshly up to date granite kitchen – has a hovering ceiling and tapered fire.
Natural curves are used throughout its shell-inspired interiors. A round skylight is about into the highest of the dome, whereas the staircase has a swooping design that curls on the finish. Different perks embrace a financial institution vault hidden behind the kitchen pantry and a 159 sq ft personal deck off the master suite.
Eye of the Storm is on the market for the primary time because it was inbuilt 1991. The 4,097 sq ft home is simply 20 minutes drive from downtown Charleston.
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