This year, we would like to try to put some flooring in a bjurt we are building. We were thinking snap together laminate flooring might be a neat option - kind of swanky, and a neat surface out on playa. However, we weren't sure how it would hold up to the heat, expand, etc. Also, we are not sure what the best method for securing it inside the bjurt would be.
A bjurt, showcased here: http://www.bendersbjurts.com/DIY/
, is yurt'ish, but should unfold into full structure size in a few minutes, if we fabricate it well (yet another item up for question ; - )) It will be rebarred into the ground a few feet at each base intersection. We were thinking there might be some good way to secure the flooring to these points, and considering whether a further structural skeleton around the perimeter of the bjurt to hold the laminate together might be needed. Any thoughts?
If laminate should be totally out of our minds for consideration, any other ideas on some slightly swank, very portable flooring options?
Eleubunny and Parrbunny