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A completely isolated yurt for seminars.

Location SO
Customer Private
Date April 2015
occasion Conference Room
Key data Yurt 7m, with isolation

Our contribution

The customer has had tipis from us for a long time and now wanted to buy a yurt as a seminar room. The farm is located at almost 800 meters above sea level. and the yurt should therefore be completely isolated. The floor was also paved with insulation.

As you can see in the picture above, the natural soil had a slight slope that you hardly saw with the naked eye. We used a lot of material to level the floor! Fortunately, there were planks and ledges in abundance in the yard and we had our foundation ready in half a day. When building a wooden floor, minor unevenness can be leveled out, but many underestimate a slight slope.

The interior becomes a bit dark due to the wool fleece, which is used for insulation. The customer therefore wanted a glass dome framed in the crown and a French window on the opposite side of the door as a light source. This is a nice solution, but the chimney socket can no longer be built into the crown, but is later fitted into the side wall.

This is a nice example of a completely isolated yurt!


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