Photos from The Monolithic Dome Institute's Photo Archives, Vol. VII

My father, David B. South, along with his brothers, Barry and Randy, invented the process of building The Monolithic Dome. Many people know my father as a brilliant inventor and innovator.

But...not only is David a great businessman, he is first and foremost, a great husband to my mother, Judy, and a thoughtful, concerned, involved father to nine children. He has inspired all of us to be more and to do more than we thought we could and he has always encouraged us to "think outside the box".


David B. South's nine children: (Back--left to right) Jenny, Sarah, Jessica, Melinda, Dave, Nanette; (Front--left to right) Jamie, Mike, and Rebecca.

This photo was taken outside of David's dome home, Charca Casa. We have all lived in domes...some of us currently have Monolithic Dome homes.

The interiors of Monolithic Domes are very peaceful and beautiful. These are some nice photos from The Monolithic Dome Institute's photo archives.


A Panoramic View Inside the Yuma Dome in Arizona. Source: The Monolithic Dome Institute Photo Archives.




The Italy High School Gymnasium in Italy, Texas. Source: The Monolithic Dome Institute Photo Archives.




NCTC Performing Arts Center Main Stage in Gainesville, Texas. Source: The Monolithic Dome Institute Photo Archives.




Holiday Cheer at the Stitt's Residence. Source: The Monolithic Dome Institute Photo Archives.




City Bible Church. Source: The Monolithic Dome Institute Photo Archives.




A Respite in the Eye of the Storm. Source: The Monolithic Dome Institute Photo Archives.




Thousand Oaks Gymnasium in Texas. Source: The Monolithic Dome Institute Photo Archives.




Dream Catcher. Source: The Monolithic Dome Institute Photo Archives.




The Avalon, Texas Gymnasium. Source: The Monolithic Dome Institute Photo Archives.




A Peaceful Place of Worship--Faith Chapel in Alabama. Source: The Monolithic Dome Institute Photo Archives.

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