It’s 322 square feet inside and has just the right mix of yurt and cabin, don’t you think? The video is going to take you through a two-minute time-lapse of the construction process. From the subfloor set up to the roof sheathing, you’ll get to see it all in fast forward. It took a small group of people to go from floor to sheathed roof in approximately 8 hours.
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Round Tiny House/Cabin
Spaces like these are great for a lot of different purposes. Below are some ideas on what a structure like this might be used as.
- Yoga studio
- Wing Chun
- Backyard studio
What would you use it for? A tiny house or place for one of your interests?
Video Time Lapse of Round Tiny Home Construction
The official name for this one is the Aspen 21′ in case you want to inquire about it.
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