The traditional Mongolian yurt.

Designed for living in, and surviving the harsh desert winters, the yurt, or ger as they are also known are another design classic.

Changing little over the centuries, their outward appearance appears the same, however the modern world has caught up with the interiors, where televisions powered by generators can be found in the most unlikely of settings!
 The yurt is a great all rounder.

People come up with different uses for them all the time.

Some want them to live in, some for a personal space to get away from everyday life.
Others to use for massage, or selling things at festivals.

A summer house perhaps?

You could even cover it in clear PVC  to make a novel greenhouse.
The yurts are available in 5 basic sizes 10, 12, 14, 16 and 18 foot.

Though other sizes can be done on request, as well as other shapes!
Based on the traditional Mongolian Yurt, with straight roof poles, as opposed to the Kazakh ones, which have the bent wood roof poles.

However the materials and construction methods are far from traditional, though this does not detract from the beauty and impact of the tents.
 The wood used is planed soft wood, treated to preserve it from rotting.

Fittings and brackets are either Stainless, Brass or zinc plated, to add durability, to a tent that should last many years.

Canvas is water and rot proofed, as well as fire retardant.
Optional extras are only limited by the imagination it seems.

Oak doors, pine doors, one piece, stable doors, two doors.

Clear centre ring covers, stove outlets, drainage skirts, windows, vents, a porch? 
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