Dome Village offers you the chance to invest in a sustainable development in Lombok. Each Dome is made using our specialist earth-bag building technique.
Your Dome will be part of Dome Village – Eco Resort, including 9 self contained Domes in the first phase, co-working space, permaculture gardens, farm to plate restaurant and an infinity pool. Future development plans include additional domes, a yoga shala, artist studio and expansion of the coworking space. Dome is pushing the boundaries in sustainable construction without neglecting design, quality and comfort.
Eco- Tourism is booming in Lombok, which is why now is the right time to invest in Dome, we know there is growing demand for eco-conscious investment and resort options. You can be confident that by investing in Dome you are making a sustainable choice. Dome is proud to be the most advanced eco-project in the south of Lombok.
The Dome Village resort is located on the south-eastern part of Lombok, Indonesia fantastically situated on a hilltop overlooking two bays and the most beautiful white sand beach in southern Lombok.The lush, green hillside spreads out over 6000 square metres. The views are fenomenal. The sunsets are magical. And the white sand beach of fabled Tanjun Aan, with mellow surfing waves, diving sites and cosy local beach restaurants, is only a short walk away.
We know there is magic here! Come see Dome for yourself.
Renders of The Tanju design. The Dome to the right is our last one for sale in phase one of our project.
Phase one will include 9 domes, restaurant, pool and co-working space. This stage will be completed during the winter of 2020.
Pristine coral coastlines, with their many natural treasures and majestic scenery, make Lombok a popular destination for diving, eco-tourism and surfing. The laidback ambiance and idyllic settings of the Gili Islands have always appealed to tourists, but now, the more remote destinations are being discovered by travelers from all over the world. And foreign companies and investors have discovered the potential of investing in more sustainable solutions enduring a strong and steady growth for Lombok’s tourism and economy.
The Dome Village resort is located on the south-eastern part of Lombok, strategically situated on a hilltop near the town of Gerupuk. It offers magnificent panoramic views over the Gerupuk mangrove delta as well as the stunning bay and dramatic coastlines. It is close to numerous surf breaks and diving sites, and is five minutes walking distance from the fabled Tanjung Aan Beach.
The 6 acre property is close to the local fishing village where you can enjoy small-town friendliness and traditional Sasak culture. It is also connected to the newly built road that provides a convenient 15-minute drive to Kuta Beach – the main tourist destination – and an approximately 30-minute drive to the international airport.
Relax in a unique and secluded oasis unlike any other…
Dome Village will represent eco living and barefoot luxury at its finest. We believe you will fall in love with the amazing Domes and feel at home at our exclusive resort.
Dome Village weaves the convenience of a luxury resort with the privacy of your own home…
This lush, verdant oasis of 13 Domes boasts a co-working space, swimming pool, farm-to-fork restaurant, yoga facilites with potential organic juice bar and outdoor cinema. Providing an unforgotable experience with an eco-friendly approach is our core objective.
This dome place is an amazing idea! Why didn't I think of it myself?!
We presented ourselves with a huge challenge, establishing ourselves in a remote part of Indonesia, building on a slope and attempting to do it with only natural materials. We wanted to create an eco friendly resort to promote eco-tourism and sustainable housing solutions without compromising on design and comfort – we sure have faced some challenges along the way but we hold true to our principles and we do our best to be as eco friendly as possible. Each time we build we learn from the dome that came before. New things about sustainability get discovered all the time, where we can we incorporate these into the existing Domes and where we can’t we ensure they will be included in the next designs
We are proud to partner up with Pura Worka, who's mission it is to shape work towards an art of living by giving people access to ecosystem Services in beautiful co-working destinations around the world. Together with them, we are creating a perfect office in paradise!
PuraWorka and Dome Lombok are thrilled to launch the first coworking space in Lombok in the autumn of 2018!www.puraworka.com
What is a dome, or also called super adobe structure?
A super adobe is a form of earth bag construction that was developed by the Iranian architect Nader Khalili. The technique uses layered long fabric tubes or bags filled with moist earth, limestone and gravel, to form a compression structure. The resulting beehive shaped structures employs corbeled arches, corbeled domes, and vaults to create single and double-curved shells that are earthquake/tsunami/fire proof and aesthetically pleasing. Through the construction of Eco-Domes we are pushing the boundaries in sustainable housing construction without neglecting quality and comfort. All the while, keeping our impact on the environment to a minimum. Working only with locally burned limestone and natural plasters, we make a form of old Moroccan Tadelakt finish that creates a flawless surface and waterproofs all of our buildings. The wood and bamboo that we use, for example, are treated in salt water against termites and prevents us from having to use pesticides or other harsh chemicals.
The road up until the launch of this crowdfunding campaign has been a long and winding one. And there are still a lot of challenges ahead of us. By now we have invested all of our savings and a huge amount of our time to make this dream come true.We are about to launch our Kickstarter campaign. Our aim is to gather enough donations to be able to build in solar panels and construct a water treatment facility along our plan to become an off the grid resort. Our goal is to get 50 000 € in funding for our final reforestation program, the realisation of a waste water filtration system and the construction of a solar energy storage system.
The secret of making a Dome more luxurious is to have the right coating and finish. That’s why we are only working with natural paint, plasters and decorative techniques. By adding pigments and working with different plastering techni-ques we can create flawless surfaces. Our trademark is a final coating that is based on the original Moroccan Tadelakt technique. The natural limestone plaster is polished and roughened with a stone to harden and waterproof it. The result is a top coating which is not only very sustainable, but also has sun reflecting properties that prevent unnecessary thermal heating. We have done extensive testing with the locally burned limestone and have found an unique mixture that we use for the water-proofing of all our buildings.
We believe we are at the frontier of sustainable design with the implementation and development of innovative and environmental friendly building techniques. To minimise our impact on the environment we have chosen to use only locally sourced or recycled building materials. Have a look at our sustainability page for further info about our sustainable approach.
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The land has undergone a huge metamorphoses since we started implementing permaculture techniques to re-green the previous arid land. We are working with certified permaculture designers and are training and learning from the locals. The ultimate goal is to complete our reforestation program and become fully self sufficient in our energy needs and food production. We believe this holistic approach will become the new standard for any form of sustainable development, and we firmly stand by these core principals.
Permaculture is a branch of ecological design, ecological engineering, environmental design, construction and integrated water resources management that develops sustainable architecture, regenerative and self-maintained habitat and agricultural systems modelled from natural ecosystems. The term permaculture (as a systematic method) was first coined by Australians Bill Mollison and David Holmgren in 1978. The word permaculture originally referred to "permanent agriculture" but was expanded to stand also for "permanent culture," as it was seen that social aspects were integral to a truly sustainable system as inspired by Masanobu Fukuoka's natural farming philosophy.
We strive to be completely off the grid and self-sufficient. In order to do that, we have to use a range of new techniques and materials that have only recently been developed. One of our ambitious plans is to have an integrated dual water management system that filters and cleans waste water. The rain water catchment system is connected to a sophisticated network of bio-sand filters that pump the purified water to the water reservoirs up the hill. And the end goal is to have our own off-the-grid electricity. The resort will be completely solar powered and storage of the harvested energy is done by using the latest batteries and innovations in green technology.
You get a chance to be a part of the unique concept! This is a rare opportunity to invest in a growing eco project. We offer you the privilege of owning property on a recently discovered pearl of the Indonesian archipelago by leasing out shares of the land and homes on our resort.
Lombok has become a hot spot for foreign investors and the growth here is explosive. The Indonesian governments sustainable development strategy is to designate this island into a new eco-region. Since neighbouring Bali has reached its investment peak, property and real estate prices in Lombok have been rising because of continuous growing demand. Investing in this still “undeveloped” region presents great opportunity and almost guarantees a high return on investment.
We grew up in a society where faster, cheaper and more efficient was the trend.
We from Dome Projects Lombok possess the dedication, resources and knowledge to build a community with homes that help facilitate the basic human need to connect with each other, ourselves and nature.
Join us to build this beautiful and unique Eco-resort with a vision to become self-sufficient in the production of food, energy and water.
We remove the hassle of setting up your own legal ownership structure in a foreign country. Thanks to our close cooperation with ESL, Eco Region Indonesia and an international law firm, we can offer all the legal documentation and lease agreements in full compliance with the current Indonesian foreign land ownership laws.
Our HGB leasehold agreements will ensure you ownership for a period of 50 years, with the option of renewal up to 80 years, to be enjoyed by generations to come. Whether you are a group of friends who want to share a home in the best surf spot on the island, or a couple longing to have their own Dome for a relaxing and adventurous vacation, the Dome Resort can be that second home you desire!
Pertnering up with Building Trust International, Dome Lombok will host a workshop for 2 weeks, starting the 4th of November. Participants will learn how to build super-adobe domes for families in North of Lombok, who've lost their homes since the series of earthquake. Join us today and help the people of North Lombok, build stronger houses.
Dome team is responding to the Earthquakes that shook the island. We decided to get involved to introduce the super-adobe technique to the islander, as it has proovedto be earthquake resistant. The first Dome is for a family of 5. They have been sleeping outside since the first earthquake. We hope to build and teach so noone else becomes a victim if the earth decide to shake things up again!
After building through a heavy rainy season, we have learnt an important lesson about sustainability that we like to share with all like minded people out there who are also thinking about building the eco way. We are making a confession about how we’ve become more flexible towards using materials we thought we’d never use. Read more on our sustainability page "concrete confession".
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