Primitive technology: A frame hut, I built a small house as a good workplace for this project. First I make axes Celts to cut wood for the hut. The ax head is made of amphibolite and the handle is made of a kind of wattle. For the hut the floor plan is 4 X 4m. The ridge line height is 2 m above the ground. And a small house mounted on the ground to support on the back of the structure of the house placed in front to support the ridge line. The hut shack then sticks to the ridgepole. The stem is then collected, and attached on this order. The dome hut was dismantled and straw added to its structure. Approximately 1200 leaves are used in total. For the ridge line, straw is lifted and rest. As a replacement, pairs of sturdy rods that are drawn chairs at the top straw to prevent damage to the hut. This is known as “jockey” because it resembles a sitting rider on a horse.