Jero Wood & Canvas Shelter
A shelter conceived in Asia 1000s of years ago. Now this is a perfected version the easily transportable wooden shelter, made in the U.S.
Thousands of years of development
First conceived by designer, Uula Jero, in 2009, the yurt was born with a desire to live more closely with the outdoors, while exploring the benefits of living in a circular space. Yurts date back thousands of years to Central Asia, where nomadic tribes would routinely pack up their home and head out in search of fresh grazing land. Typically built from hewn wood, comprising of a lattice wall and long roof poles leading up to a heavy crown, the yurt is a semi-permanent structure built for year-round use.
Take it with you wherever you gO
It’s ability to be transported with ease, by mule or oxen, made it a popular dwelling that is still in use around the world today. This modular kit can also be transported with ease thanks to the quick and easy assembly system. This shelter measures 12-foot diameter, 135 sq. ft. and will provide you with a seamless portable shelter or an awesome backyard guest shed.
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