A yurt in Chingissin, Mongolia. Nomadic architecture creates some of the most flexible spaces in architecture and has for most of human history. Not only do most nomadic structure have an open plan, they also are so flexible that they collapse and can travel with you.
Mongolian yurt (ger) door. Gers are traditional Mongolian homes and have been in Ulaanbaatar since the 17th century, easily portable rounded wooden structures covered by a heavy felt blanket and heated by a stove in the center of the structure.