Coincidently, last night, I saw this wicker egg house on Dornob.com
To learn more about this "egg" residence, go to http://dornob.com/1000-egg-house-on-wheels-for-a-working-urban-architect/. (Although, I appreciate low-cost, portable housing, I think the egg house would work better indoors or in a backyard, and I still like Casey's pod chair better.)
Casey also suggested that a terrarium could be used to recreate one of the bubble houses I talked about in my last blog. Yep, they do work! Here's what I found at http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/hanging-glass-terrariums-bubbl-127596
Can you imagine little people, with little furniture, along with the greenery, in these glass bubbles?
Speaking of pod chairs and egg houses, I am reminded of the Pod (or Mushroom) House that was built in Rochester, NY, for Robert and Marguerite Antell in the 1960s. Rochester is my hometown, and I was fortunate to spend a little time with this lovely couple when I was 17. Here is the Pod House:
Wishing you only good things, Neen