Architect Doug Stanton perches atop his nearly finished dome. Douglas Stanton Architects (DSA) has developed many single and multifamily concrete dome home designs, as well as neighborhood developments.
Concrete dome homes were developed in the 1930s by Wallace Neff, a leading southern Californian architect. For more information, look for the new book No Nails, No Lumber by Jeffrey Head. It provides a thorough documentation of Neff’s career in the design and construction of airform buildings in the U.S. and throughout the world.