SOLARDOME® PRO dome buildings

Walk into one of our dome buildings and the first thing you notice is how spacious and relaxing they are. With no hard right angles and just gentle curves, they’re easy on the eyes and all of the senses.

What makes them unique

Because you can clad the SOLARDOME® PRO dome with any type of building material, you’re free to create precisely the type of structure you want. That includes large, open plan areas with no supporting pillars breaking up the space.

What they can be used for

Ideal for free-standing classrooms, music and dance studios, leisure facilities, theatres, sports halls, dome homes, light industrial units… anything’s possible!

Eco-friendly, versatile construction

There are so many possibilities available with this unique modular system, you can create just about anything. There are no limiting internal structures or deep foundations and you can create internal divisions as you require.

Quality materials, built to last

We use the best quality materials which produce extremely robust structures. Our aluminium frames have a structural lifespan of over 100 years, require minimal maintenance and have been engineered to withstand extremely harsh conditions.

To find out more about the SOLARDOME® PRO system, contact us today.

SOLARDOME® PRO dome buildings


Science Dome Lab Watford Grammar School for Girls

Watford Grammar School for Girls, Hertfordshire

Watford Grammar School for Girls’ wanted to create a new, 21st Century science lab that would “bring science alive” and inspire its students to take on original research projects.
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SOLARDOME® PRO skylight

Kristall Salz Welt, Austria

The skylight requirements were to provide a central feature, maximum light, complete weather protection from the high winds and snow loading of the Austrian climate and fit over the atrium of a unique 12-sided building.
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SOLARDOME PRO, Nowary, 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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