The Yorkton Dome Home is a multi-story Monolithic Dome home constructed near Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada. The home features two large barrel vaults for the front and rear entrances. It is heated by pumping hot water from a vertical geothermal source well through a radiant floor.
The Monolithic Dome is a 40-foot (12.2 m) hemisphere with two large barrel augments plus various augmentations for doors and windows. Several large skylights—including one large one on top—draw in lots of light.
The house is over 1600 square feet (150 m²) of floor area. The large rear augment covers a full basement with a utility room and cold storage. The second floor consists of two bedrooms and a bathroom for the owner’s children.