This is the story of a little yurt home called Do It Yurtself.
It’s built by Zach Both, the same artist who brought us this super-cool cargo van conversion (AKA the VANUAL) that we posted about in 2016.
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Do It Yurtself: Young Couple’s Incredible Yurt-Build
How They Designed And Built The Yurt…
Then came the building!
They Made A Website Called Do It Yurtself, Showing How They Did It… 🙂
Check out the website below!
Video Tour by Living Big In A Tiny House!
- These days, they no longer live in the yurt
- They actually deconstructed it and sold it
- It has been shipped to North Carolina
- Maybe we will hear about it soon
- For now, they are on the lookout for their next build, which is pretty exciting 🙂
VIDEO – Deconstructing the Yurt
VIDEO – Picking Up The Yurt
VIDEO – Building the Platform
VIDEO – Framing the Yurt
VIDEO – Installing the Yurt Cover
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Wow this is such a nice yurt. It looks so bright!
I am not a lover of yurts, but this one has a really interesting and practical floor plan. I actually like this yurt. It’s pretty and lovely, and the loft is amazing! I am impressed. I could live in this. Great job!
Love love love this.
Showed my wife after trying to convince her to do something like this. She’s ok to go tiny living but isn’t convinced on the yurt side of it as we live in Eastern Ontario Canada.
Guess I have to be a little more persuasive
Nice work Alex
Sorry I meant Nice work Zack Both
Strange, it looks bigger on the inside than the outside. Though I like it.
A yurt remains an affordable way to live tiny and DIY in comparison to a THOW which aren’t affordable for everybody anymore. Main reason is the increase of material cost which can be lowered by using reclaimed stuff only.
This particular one shows to get an airy and not crampy loft with standing headroom on a smaller footprint.
I like it a lot and the round shape is great for strong winds too.