We basically preserve the original form and structure of the yurts and follow the traditional way of making them. Sometimes we use modern materials, for example, we use screws instead of of leather plugs and synthetic felt instead of woolen felt. Nevertheless. we have retained important elements of the traditional construction process, such as using steam to bend the lattice laths.
This means that we make genuine yurts slightly adapted to meet the needs of European users. For example, we have increased the height of our six-metre and larger yurts to 180-185 cm so bunk beds can be fitted and tall people can enter more easily. We feel it is important to fulfill our customers' individual requests, not just churn out standard yurts.
We have gained a lot of experience over the last 18 years, but we are still facing challenges that constantly push us to come up with better structural solutions and stronger materials in order to meet the needs of our customers.