Rants, Raves and Recipes from the Edge of Sanity
it's a version of a "yurt", a very cool version.
It's called an oven.
hmmmm....something about glass houses and stones....."preemptive fusion technology"?vaquero viejo
Built by someone with very deep pockets, that structure cost a lot of coin. Glazing that size is hard to transport and the shape (particularly the top) is prone to breaking without a lot of support from the bottom placing it in place - I'm guessing plexiglass or tempered laminated glass.Thanks for the picture ma'am.
That's got to be hotter than hell.
Setup looks similar to the housing at Skara Brae in the Orkney Islands. It's a Neolithic settlement, and they'd connect all their houses similar to how the house and fireplace. They made stone bed boxes, they'd fill them with grasses and furs. -CM
Looks to be in a location with the climate common to Ireland, Scotland, or the Pacific Northwest.As such, I doubt it is hot so much as comfortable during the day and a bit chilly in the evenings
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