Cross Ventilation is important! lol- This photo was just appealing to me in a cross-breeze manner, as today is day #2 here in MA where it was just around 100 degrees out. Yeowch! -and it isn't a dry heat....
Anyhow, something to consider here, even if it just is whimsical.....hear me out....
When its outgrown its use, there's no dismantling, and no dump
runs needed- a garden shelter like this would simply rot and return to the earth.
That could also be considered its downside. It'd obviously make for a great kids fort. I have a similar plan/idea called "The Hunchback's Hovel" in my tiny housing/shelter book "Humble Homes, Simple Shacks".
Whatever the case, I love this
idea, and its something I'd like to try at some point. Its so
simple too- just build a base, drill holes around the perimeter, stick
the long branch lengths into the holes and tie them/bring them together
at a peak, and then weave in the walls.
I suppose you could
also cover this with chicken wire layers, or hardware cloth, and then a
few coats of ferrocement to make it a mini concrete dome home.....cob
and mud building and wattle and daub techniques could also be combined
with this skeletal approach too....
Just some ideas, and I thought it was a fun photo.....
-Derek "Deek" Diedricksen