The first Easy Domes project was built and finished in 1992 and belongs to the Greenland Cultural Society,  Faroe Islands. The dome is 85m2 (diam.10,8m) and the first known full scale  truncated Icosahedron.

Year 2000 two 25m2 cottages were build for tourism in Faroe Islands.

A fully sustainable two floor 75m2 family dome was built in Denmark in 2007. The dome is a low energy house with solar collector and brick stove.   

Year 2010 three domes were build on beach location in Ghantoot, UAE. The project has two small domes added to a bigger dome.

Two tourism cottages 25m2 are delivered to Akureyri, Iceland, and expected to be ready for 2018 tourism season.

                                                                               New building 2018

The 85m2 / 130m2 net floor dome - Anahata Yoga Center in Denmark -  was erected the 16´Th of April. One day of work for 4 men and a crane.

A project meeting all requirements on sustainable building - solely natural and certified materials as wood- and sheepwool for insulation, bamboo flooring and energy use countering strict building regulations. 




                                                    Anahata Yoga Center, Møn, 140m2, Denmark, 2018

    Fully sustainable 140m2 low-energy dome - as a wooden construction with outside cover in wood-boards.
    Roofing in 120mm grass.
Window, core pinewood, double thermal, U:0,09W 

    Insulation, wool 350mm in recycled paper + Irish sheep wool 50mm 

    Outside cover, Superwood SW6, 21x125mm, and inside wall in birch plywood 12mm.
    Flooring in 22mm bamboo boards.

    Energy supply, air-heat pump 3-8kW with floor heating and warm water. Energy use 3,0kWh/m2/Y