Entertaining

Entertain in style with contemporary design and transform your garden’s decking, patio, courtyard, or rooftop

A Solardome® glasshouse is ideal for a wide range of outdoor living and recreational uses. They can be used, for example, to entertain in and eat alfresco all year round, host evening receptions, or cover a plunge pool or hot tub. They also create a unique growing environment, allowing you to step into another world, such as a Mediterranean paradise, or tropical palm house to relax in.

Hot Tub Cover

Hot Tub Cover

Dining and Entertaining

Dining and Entertaining

Relaxing Space

Relaxing Space

Choosing a dome

A range of dome sizes are available and advice is on hand to help you choose one to suit your needs. If you need more space, it is also possible to link or merge domes together to create the ultimate living space.

Why a dome?

Contemporary design, strong, wind-proof, and more. Watch the video below to see the benefits a geodesic dome brings.

Make your garden design ambition a reality

So much more than just a greenhouse, our range of glasshouses are available from 3.6m up to 10m diameter, prices start from just £8,340 (incl. VAT). Whatever your outdoor living ambition we can make your design vision become a reality.

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Case Studies

SOLARDOME PRO, Norway, Northern Lights

The Nature House, North Norway

This Norwegian eco-project comprises a 15m diameter SOLARDOME® PRO glasshouse, designed to cover an entire house and partial garden on a remote island near Bodo, in the Arctic Circle.
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SOLARDOME Haven, mini Eden project Dairy Cottage B&B, New Forest, Hampshire

Alex Reay and Cheryl Robson, New Forest, Hampshire

When Alex and Cheryl discovered Solardome Industries’ range of domes at the Grand Designs Live exhibition, they immediately knew that the structure would add the perfect finishing touch to their ambitious project
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SOLARDOME skylight

Mr & Mrs Lithgow, Cumbria

Solardome team rescues wedding plans when reception venue was destroyed by a falling tree just months before the big day
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