Both wooden and fiberglass spheres are insulated. Vinyl upholstery fabric is
stapled to the frames (lines of longitude). Each fabric joint is then covered with a decorative
wood strip. The wood strips come together at the top and give a nice cathedral ceiling effect.
The joinery is yacht style with much brass trim, varnished wood and cane doors.
They have closets on either side of the door. These function as partial bulkheads to reinforce the
door opening as well as adding cupboard space.
In Eryn style, there is a double bed on the right centered under the 40" window.
A settee with table is placed in front of the 42" window on the left. The back wall opposite the door
provides a galley area with counter cupboards and a sink. A microwave and refrigerator are also installed.
Above the galley area there is a loft bed with full sitting headroom at the center.
Circular shelf segments connect the loft bed to the cupboards on either side of the door.
More detailed photos of the interior feature can be viewed at the
All About Eryn Photo Gallery.
Future dreams include a washroom/shower/sauna sphere complete with its own effluent
treatment system. It will produce only clean water and compost, something that could serve a whole colony
of spheres on a remote setting.
My personal goal is to produce 10 - 15 spheres and hang them all in a large area of
old growth forestů a spiritual retreat for me and whoever else is interested.