In 2016, The Groundwork Charity inherited a SOLARDOME® Retreat from Chepstow Community Gardens for their Grow Blackpool Project. During this time, it was used as a lively and vibrant space, connecting the community back to nature, helping to combat loneliness and boost emotional wellbeing.
Life is heading back towards normality. But that doesn’t mean the transition will be easy, as the damage left by COVID-19 will be felt for years to come – across all walks of life. So, for many, the sanctuary of the garden has taken on a whole new meaning. In this article, we highlight your […]
Teaching professionals are always looking for tools to enhance their curriculum. And with outdoor learning racing up the academic agenda, demand for innovative structures keeps rising among pupils and course leaders. But how do outdoor classrooms benefit the day-to-day life of teachers? In this feature, we explore the five key areas that educators benefit from […]
As we near the end of a difficult year, it’s more important than ever to bring each other Christmas cheer. From snowy lessons to Santa’s Grottos, many of our customers have decked out their Solardome® geodesic domes to wow their visitors, students, families, and more. In this feature, we showcase four of our favourite Christmassy […]
A passion spanning half a century that led to a Solardome® Retreat build in 2020. From the works of Buckminster Fuller to perfecting the geometry, there isn’t much that Marc Moravia doesn’t know about geodesic domes. Marc, from Trondheim in Norway, bumped into an American boat maker in the 70s who happened to be carrying […]