You may not be able to bring your house with you, but you can travel with our homey, mobile shelters. At Intershelter Inc., we strive to create a dome that combines the benefits you can get from living in tents, trailers, and stick-built houses. This way, you spend the night away from your residence but still feel as if you’re home.
Recreational Getaways and Glamping
Do you want to experience camping in a luxurious manner? Are you planning to have a relaxing, recreational getaway? Then, you should try going on a vacation or glamping—a glamorous style of camping—with the use of our custom-made domes.
The shelters we offer are perfect for any outdoor outing because they can be quickly constructed, and they are hard-sided. Compared to tents, our domes won’t simply be blown away by the wind. Aside from that, they can have a temperature control feature and provide you with real protection from robbers and wild animals.
Currently, our domes are used for Arctic excursions and Antarctica trips, such as luxury adventures offered by White Desert. You can also see our products at the Denali National Park whenever Borealis Basecamp provides their clients with a warm, comfortable viewing of the Northern Lights, and in southern Spain at a meditation and Tai Chi studio. Additionally, our domes can be designed to suit music festivals on campgrounds.
Our Featured Projects
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- Slideshow: Instant Housing and Designing for Disaster | Wired
“Once assembled, the structures are watertight, hurricane proof, and earthquake proof. They can even be combined into multi-structures, providing almost limitless possibilities as to size and design.”
- 8 Companies That Are Revolutionizing Kit Homes | Dwell
- Dome Sweet Dome: Temporary Shelters | The New York Times
“The austere dome is also surprisingly high-tech, outfitted with a SolCool hybrid air-conditioner powered by solar panels or vertical wind turbines that uses moisture from the air to provide up to 3 liters of fresh drinking water each day.”
- Intershelter Portable Geodesic Dome Provides Disaster Relief | Fast Company
- Fox Business