The purpose of the build was to explore a very small house, maintaining the usability of such a structure, and to record the time taken to construct, as well as record the quantity of materials required to complete.
With the south facing door, and a +2m high interior, it proved suitable for textile production. The interior was well lit, and a number of looms could be worked on simultaneously. There was ample space to hang skeins of wool, and dried dye-plant bundles in the roof.
Experimental Construct of M59
To begin the construct, the size and positioning of the house is the first evidence to be used. The diameter of the house, and the orientation of the door, dictate these parameters.