7 geodesic domes you can rent now

With two bedrooms and one bathroom, this <a class="ql-link" href="https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/plus/2093755?wl_source=list&amp;wl_id=1900730&amp;role=public&amp;irgwc=1&amp;irclid=w1tSXFzaMW7zydaw%3AvxlSzKMUkl3wHV9yXYz2U0&amp;ircid=4273&amp;af=49497874&amp;iratid=9627&amp;c=.pi73.pk4273_10078&amp;guests=1&amp;adults=1&amp;sl_alternate_dates_exclusion=true&amp;source_impression_id=p3_1557860806_J4XToqt2CRvCfaV9&amp;check_in=&amp;check_out=&amp;children=0&amp;infants=0" target="_blank">geodesic dome in Joshua Tree</a> is the perfect escape to reenergize under the desert sky.

Funky, cool, and made for relaxation

If you’re looking for a bit of architecture with your
vacation, forego the traditional cabin or seaside cottage and try
staying in a
geodesic dome
. Part kit-house and all retro, domes flourished
with the counterculture and “return to the land” movement of
the 1960s and 1970s.

Now, the interlocking triangles are making a comeback on
vacation rental sites, where their off-the-grid amenities, secluded
locations, and funky styling make them top picks for architecture
nerds in need of some R&R.

We’ve found domes in deserts, forests, and everywhere in
between. From a
geodesic tent on a farm in upstate New York
to a
bohemian-chic retreat in Joshua Tree
, here are the seven best
vacation domes you can rent right now in the U.S.

Spaceship-inspired dome in Pittsburgh

Landscape designer Joseph Yacoboni built 26 white steel-frame
domes, and his original home is this 1969 version in Pittsburgh.
Designed to withstand earthquakes and hurricane-force winds, the
futuristic three-bedroom structure can sleep six with plenty of
round windows for Instagram. Rates start at
$175 per night

Geo Dome on a Farm in Upstate New York

Set on a farm in the southern Catskill Mountains, this is
geodesic living at its barest. Guests must bring camping air pads,
sleeping bags, pillows, and towels, but we don’t think you’ll
mind once you arrive at the 12-acre compound that oozes hipster
chic. Glamp it up with 12 of your best friends and use the outdoor
kitchen, grill, fire pit, outdoor showers, and even a claw footed
bathtub. The geodesic domes were built by Pacific Domes and rates start at

$350 per night

Dome in British Columbia

Set into the hills in British Columbia’s picturesque Maple
Bay, two guests can stay in one of two charming geodesic domes on
the property. Added bonus: the owners also teach Argentine tango.
Rates start at
$103 per night

Dramatic Dome Near Idyllwild, California

With room for ten and four bedrooms, this dome on 1.5 acres of
land can house a crowd. High ceilings, a hot tub, and top-notch
views from the decks allow for plenty of relaxation, while the
three interior fireplaces add to the coziness. The dome is also
adjacent to 40-foot high rock formations that look down into the
valley below. Rates start at
$290 per night

Geodesic Dome in North Carolina

Set on 40 acres in the rolling hills of North Carolina, this
quirky two-bedroom dome boasts over 300 square feet of windows. You
also get solid cherry paneling, a large deck, hot tub, and views of
the surrounding working Christmas tree farm and wildlife preserve.
Rates start at
$179 per night

Mushroom Dome Cabin in California

Although small in stature, this tiny DIY geodesic dome is one of
Airbnb’s most popular rentals. Located in Aptos, not far from
Santa Cruz, Monterey, and Carmel, the cabin boasts an upstairs
bedroom, a bathroom, and a kitchenette. Throw in the gorgeous
redwood forest and you’ve got a vacation. Rates start at
$130 per night

Desert Dome in Joshua Tree

With two bedrooms and one bathroom, this geodesic dome in Joshua
Tree is the perfect escape to reenergize under the desert sky. Far
from neighbors and loaded with “modern-bohemian” decor, the
dome also boasts a wood burning stove, antique books, and games.
Rates start at
$170 per night.

Source: FS – All – Architecture 10
7 geodesic domes you can rent now