What is a hut?
Huts are sturdy, wood-framed structures, measuring 6′ x 8′ x 10′. Each hut has a pitched roof, a sleeping/storage loft, a locking door, and a wood burning stove for both heating and cooking. The huts are not designed to be permanent housing; instead, they are temporary, emergency shelters that offer our clients privacy, security, protection from the elements, and some stability. Huts are designed along the classic KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid) principle, and can be assembled with an inexperienced crew in about fifty total person-hours. Once assembled on site, the huts become the property of the clients. Usually, the client will then make additions and improvements according to their own ideas; in fact, many of the best design improvements have come from the clients themselves, who have the most practical experience with the huts. The huts were originally expected to last only a couple of years. However, some huts have lasted over a decade and are still going; pieces which have become ro