Charming hut-in-the-hut on stilts made from wattle & daub earth walls, bamboo and recycled hardwood. Wattle & Daub is an ideal technique to create walls within an existing skeletal framework. This artistry is mainly used for building non-load bearing walls like interior partitions between rooms but depending on the finishing, it can also be used for exterior walls in a skeletal architecture. It gives a cozy feeling to the rooms, insulates heat or cold very well and is a great sound insulator. This special design with a big bamboo roof cradling a smaller hut with its own roof allows for a cool climate and lots of light on the terrace, ideal for monks who receive many visitors. The double roof and earth walls create a comfortable cool room climate inside as well as outside. The bathroom is half open-air with lots of small handmade bamboo details.