The Hogan at
in Wales, built in 1999 by Eric Maddern and Martin Start,
was inspired by the Navaho tribes of Utah and Arizona. Hogan are
octagonal structures with log walls and a corbelled roof with a
smoke hole. This Hogan however has straw bale walls rendered with lime
plaster and a reciprocal roof.
Cae Mabon's Hogan is hidden away in the woods giving it a special stillness.
It is used as a
meditation room and a place to sleep for four people.