Sleeping in a Geodesic Dome Is the Only Way I Want to Camp

The Geodesic dome was first invented by Buckminster Fuller as part of his vision of a better tomorrow. While the world did not adopt his solution for a shelter that maximized volume while using minimum amounts of material, the dome has maintained a cult-following. One such example of that is a British farm that lets you embark into the wild and "camp" in a geodesic dome.

The Loveland Farm first opened in 2010, and maintains an ethos of sustainability and social good. Up until now, they've required campers to bring their own shelter. But with their new domes, any one can show up and sleep in a comfortable king-size bed, after days filled with surfing, hiking, fishing and mountain climbing. If you have the time and money, they're still accepting reservations for this summer. Get on it! [Loveland Farm via PFSK via Architizer]