Domes are excellent for any garden, establishment, or event, thanks to their:
Domes have 100% resistance to rain, snow, wind, UV radiation and other weather conditions. Above all they can withstand physical trauma without shattering, as the sphere is one of the most durable forms found in nature.
The spherical shape makes them elegant-looking, suitable even for high-end outdoor restaurants, the finest establishments, and high-profile social events.
Thanks to the material used and the building method, all domes are 100% watertight, as a result their interiors will remain dry even during the biggest downpour.
Thanks to their shape, domes have great acoustics providing surround sound, which makes them perfect set-ups for playing music, both for entertainment and relaxation.
Ease of assembly
Thanks to their modular structure, domes are easy and fairly quick to build. As a result they can be set up almost anywhere.
Their modular structure makes them straightforward to disassemble and reassemble. They’re also almost ridiculously easy to transport — for example while taken apart, they can fit in most cars’ boots.
Domes provide privacy even in the most crowded places (especially when fitted with doors), so you can have conversations without interruptions while you’re inside one of them. This makes them a great option for private lounges.
Domes stand out from traditional tents and stands typically used for fairs, conventions, and other social events, which makes them a real asset in promoting your brand/products and getting the attention of potential clients.
A dome can be used for a wide variety of purposes — from an outdoor study/office, private reading corner, meditation zone, through gym, yoga or leisure space, to entertainment/party room or even safe playground for kids.
Polycarbonate — What makes it special?
Polycarbonates are a type of thermoplastic polymers containing esters of carbonic acid (carbonate groups). They are modern construction materials that provide:
Polycarbonate can have a transparency rate of up to 92% consequently it is a perfect replacement for glass.
It’s also an excellent insulator, both thermal and acoustic, which makes it a great material for example for soundproofing rooms.
This material is about 200 times more durable than normal glass, practically unbreakable and doesn’t shatter under pressure like glass would. As a result, it can be safely used in locations exposed to mechanical damage. Most importantly it’s also not susceptible to high and low temperatures — its working temperature ranges from -40 °C to at least 115 °C.
Despite being a remarkably strong material, polycarbonate is at least ½ lighter than untempered glass — it weighs no more than 1.2 grams per cubic centimetre.
It’s one of the most easily formed materials used in modern architecture, which makes it ideal for processing and modelling. As a result it can be cut, milled, or drilled with ease.
Thanks to its characteristics, it can be used for any purpose that glass would, and can replace most plastics currently used in architecture. Therefore it’s often used in modern, fully glassed rooms found at exhibitions.
Polycarbonate sheets come in many forms — they can be clear, tinted, mirrored, solid, corrugated, multiwall, or even bulletproof and fire-retardant. As a result this makes it practically effortless to find just the right ones for your specific needs.
Polycarbonate used in our domes is cut with a highly precise Fiber laser — so all the edges perfectly smooth and ensures there are no microcracks that would lessen the structure’s integrity or let water inside.