Tiny Eco-Friendly Roundhouses by Rotunda

These roundhouses were developed by the UK’s small house builder, Rotunda. Their size and form makes them perfect as a retreat or backyard studio. The designers were inspired by the structure of yurts and decided to develop the idea further and construct their own little circular dwellings with solid walls.

 

Tiny Eco-Friendly Roundhouses by Rotunda

Tiny Eco-Friendly Roundhouses by Rotunda

 

Tiny Eco-Friendly Roundhouses by Rotunda

The company use’s locally sourced materials, supporting the UK’s supply chain without compromising on the quality or beauty of the spaces. Founder Gemma Roe says, ‘I just don’t think there are enough Roundhouses around nowadays. The rectilinear world is frustratingly dull and I just want to provide people with the opportunity to step into another environment for once to experience something a little magical’.

 

Tiny Eco-Friendly Roundhouses by Rotunda

Tiny Eco-Friendly Roundhouses by Rotunda

While rectilinear design is much more functional than a curved space, there is still something enchanting about cylindrical spaces and homes.

Via Rotunda

Niall Burke

Structural engineer by day, tiny house designer by night. Niall has a keen interest in small spaces, green design, and sustainability. He started developing Humble Homes while studying for his masters degree in engineering. He is the founder and managing editor of Humble Homes.

2 Comments
  1. Are there Rotunda manufacturers in the USA? If so, where? Otherwise, how would someone from the USA order one of these lovely home designs? Do you have blueprints I can purchase? Thanks!