Lotus Bud Glamping Tent
is a prefab modular
A unique option for high end seasonal glamping! Make the most of your property with our gorgeous Lotus Bud Glamping Tents, an ideal choice for seasonal rentals. Easy to heat with a tent stove on chillier evenings, and cool all summer thanks to their roll-up door, 3 windows, and apex ventilation ports. Want to switch up for a shaded outdoor recreation space for kids or family? The star shaped cover is removable, and can be easily converted to a sun shade. The Lotus Bud takes no more than 30 minutes to set up the first time, and even less subsequently after that. This Tent Includes: Waterproof canvas cover panels Versatile tent body with roll-up screened door and 3 opening, screened windows Extra thick waterproof groundsheet Upper ventilation ports Central ceiling pole and side rods Tent pegs + carrying bag
Studio / Office
Up to 2 People
No Closed Bedrooms
Contact for Pricing
Lotus Bud Glamping Tent
British Columbia, Canada
build sites in
all US states, and all Canadian provinces
Phoenix Domes is based on Phoenix Farm, Salt Spring Island - nestled on the West Coast of beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
Freyja built her first dome in 2016 - from scratch, flattening conduit piping with a floor jack against a trailer hitch... after much trouble shooting and a month of hard work, her 32' dome was erected as a summer living space and aerial arts studio. After her first cover blew apart in the wind and sun, she had to find a professional company to collaborate with to custom make a new cover. A new business relationship started...
Now Phoenix Domes is western Canada's first and only distributor of geodesic domes for events, dwelling and glamping!
You can check out demo domes on Phoenix farm and get a feel for what it would be like to own your own!
“Domes are the strongest, lightest and most efficient means of enclosing space yet known to man.” — R. Buckminster Fuller
Geodesic domes are composed of inter-connected triangles that lend superior structural strength. Father of the modern geodesic dome, Buckminster ‘Bucky’ Fuller, demonstrated the difference in strength between rectangles and triangles by applying pressure to both structures… the triangle proved to be twice as strong and remained rigid, while the unstable rectangle collapsed.
Buckminster Fuller won an award from the American Architectural Society for inventing the strongest structure known to man.
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