I love all sorts of small house designs and this one really caught my attention because it’s a mixture of a cabin and a yurt.
It’s especially unique in that it’s a round structure and to me it just defines simplicity.
There’s something about it too that makes me feel peaceful. And I don’t think it’s just me.
I think there’s really something special about structures like these.
The company that makes it is called Rotunda and I really love the idea behind their creation which I’ll share with you below.
I encourage you to enjoy the rest of the tour of this tiny yurt cabin below (I think you’ll be really impressed with the bathroom):
Looks pretty incredible, doesn’t it?
“Circular buildings naturally promote the flow of positive energy and are beautiful, restful and productive spaces in which to spend your time. There are plenty of Modular Buildings available in the UK but there really isn’t anything quite like having your own personal Rotunda. (Of this, we can promise you!)
This is an iconic little building which is designed primarily to promote human well being, eliminate harmful toxins in construction and promote the conservation and protection of our natural environment. Whether you’d use yours as a creative environment, classroom, outdoor retreat or garden studio, we like to think of this as a building with a soul; designed to nourish you and your creativity.” (Source)
Tiny Yurt Cabin Interior
Little Round Cabin: Dream Catcher
More photos of small structures built by Rotunda are available here.
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