Tiny Interiors

Stow A Yurt House To Go

June 6, 2012 by JJ in Tiny Interiors with 0 Comments


This domed, 13 foot shelter folds down and fits on top of your car. It’s a portable home you don’t have to tow.

Beautifully and simply engineered, Yurt design dates back to around the 13th century. The traditional Central Asian nomadic Yurts were made with animal hide and then were carried on the backs of camels from location to location.

Although some details have changed, the efficient and nomadic enabled construction has not. Attach solar panels, shelving, and a stove and stay a few seasons in this minimalistic space.

The Yurt pictured is made by GoYurt Shelters, intentionally designed for portability with the highest quality of craftsmanship.


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