Teo Briseño did the beautiful bathroom in SunRay Kelley’s temple dome at Harbin Hot Springs, near Middletown, California (which unfortunately burned down a few years ago). It’s shown in Builders of the Pacific Coast.
Here’s his most recent creation, a dome bathroom inside a conventional home in Southern California.
Here is most recent work of mine towards living in natural sculptured environments.
This dome is made with natural stone and wood; some is locally harvested and wood was cured for 2½ years.
Thin-shell dome construction of one-inch-thick cement over basalt rebar and mesh without metal, so will not rust, corrode or block natural bio-magnetics between the Earth and ourselves.
Planters are sculpted in wall: they include drip irrigation and recycling water drain to flush toilet.
Carbon-sequestering plasters: made of natural lime plaster, an “Old World” technology — warm, inviting, breathable, and is resistant to bacteria.
The shower is of the finest natural lime plaster, giving a smooth, burnished, monolithic finish called Tadelakt, and sheds water as ancient Moroccan bath houses do.
Offering natural bathrooms for healthy self-care environments…
Bringing the outdoors in … naturally, with ancient building ways.