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Glass Wall Yurts

innovation in action

For those that are looking for something that bit special...
Inside the Glass Wall Yurt
In 2013 we teamed up with a pair of artists from Norway to transform the standard yurt design into something far more versatile and yet still retaining the essential feel of our hand crafted yurts. Through combining the need to maintain the yurts aesthetic qualities, greater requirements for natural light and space with our expert design and craftsmanship something very special has unfolded. 
If you are looking for luxury then we have redefined what that means for a yurt.
Since 2013 we have made many of these incredible derivations, we have sent them to the UK, Greece, France and even Israel. They have been used for yoga studios, living spaces, school rooms, meditation spaces, work rooms and offices and lots more besides.   
Read more about these yurts and how they fare in daily use.
See some more photos:
After 2 years of daily use here is what one customer shared:
"I would not change a thing, it is perfect"  
Craftsmanship and innovation, this is what we excel at, and it seems we have struck a chord with you, our customers, too.
Combining the safe and secure space of an insulated yurt with the capacity to allow the light in, a vast amount of light, and give a superb vantage to the "outside" has redefined the yurt. It has brought the ancient and modern together and produced something extremely fresh and new. 

Right now each glass wall yurt we make is unique, bespoke, there isn't a standard model.  Please contact us with a description of your dream glass walled yurt and we will offer advice should you need it and prepare an estimate for you. 
As one recent customers shared,
"It has the Wow factor I was looking for"

How Much Glass Do You Want? 
The yurt shown in these photographs has 7m of glass wall in a 21 foot yurt. You can have as much or as little as you like in whatever size yurt you like. However we are recommending a third as optimal maximum. 

Want to Find Out More?

If you want that wow factor for your yurt then take some time reflect and dream, let your imagination go and tell us how much glass you want in your wall. 
To find out more or order your glass yurt use the contact information below. 

How to Find Out More

Rob wants to hear from you There are lots of questions when you are buying a yurt. The process of looking and thinking is both exciting and challenging.

We hope our website goes some way to helping making your information gathering simpler and enjoyable.

Those that know me will tell you I like to talk about what I love. So if it helps please feel free to call me. However, I am often not available to take calls so if there is no answer then email me with some good times to call you back.

Whatever questions you have, feel free to call me or email and I will only be too glad to help you out.

email: Rob@YurtWorkshop.com
Skype ID: drtwiggy
UK Inquiries: 0208 123 6241
European Inquiries: +34 _622 045 789
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Easy to pitch yurts

Are you concerned about putting up your yurt?
Our yurts are simple and easy to pitch and come with an detailed pitching guide and telephone support.
We also offer a pitching service. Find out more

Special Offer Yurts at the Yurt Workshoop

10 foot Luxury Yurt
10 foot yurt in stock Natural chestnut frame with solid oak, 8 spoke crown.
Hand made deluxe rustic door with hand made hardware
Wall height opening wooden window positioned to the side of the yurt
High quality sand canvas
Lined with felt for ALL seasons usage

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Yurt Workshop Customer Comments

Henrietta, Yurt Hotel, Spain, 2006:

Hi Rob,
I have been meaning to email you for days now to say how much we love our new yurt. It is really beautiful, thank you very much! Henry and Ed, The Yurt Hotel
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