THE ORIGINAL UNIDOME
An inspirational and awe inspiring space
THE ORIGINAL UNIDOME THE UNIDOME COLLECTION
James and his dedicated team of craftsmen, make this hand-made product in Shaftesbury, North Dorset, using traditional construction methods with modern fabrics to create what you see in today’s Unidome.
CUSTOMISE YOUR UNIDOME
Eye catching and exciting bespoke covers make this Unidome the star of the show
OUR BESTSELLING UNIDOME
Make the most of the environment with these extraordinary transparent dining domes
A RENTAL INVESTMENT
We will guide you on an interesting and novel way of using Unidomes for a buy to let investment
THE ORIGINAL UNIDOME OUR HERITAGE
Unidome has been the brainchild of James Towner Coston, the inventor of Unidome. It was inspired in his youth growing up in South Africa witnessing the cultural images of the Country and the simplicity of the african’s Zulu Krall.
Unidome was conceived by combining the nomadic principles of living lightly and the classic architecture of the dome. A dome is a structural element of architecture that resembles the hollow upper half of a sphere. Their structures are made of various material and have a long architectural lineage.
This classic shape has now been brought into the 21st century. It is beautifully designed, easy to erect and dismantle and suits a multitude of uses.
HARMONY & BALANCE A MAGICAL LIVING SPACE
The Unidome is a great place to reflect, entertain or just purely enjoy. Its harmonious and balanced make it an experience just to be in the space.
One of the beauties of being in a Unidome is that while you are completely protected from the outside elements, you have the harmonic resonances and the connection of everything around you.
It's time honoured design brings you closer to nature in a more simplified form.
MAKING A STATEMENT WHERE TO SEE UNIDOMES
Unidomes create an impact wherever they are seen. They are often used a events, weddings and festivals to create a talking point and something for people to remember.
They have been commissioned for use at Glastonbury festival, Isle of Wight festival and as bespoke exhibition pieces. In recent months they have been used for social distancing spaces or dining pods.