The idea that some of us were here before revised history thrills me. Been looking at ancient dwellings that were not so nomadic and modern renditions of them. I know we don't think in terms of tribes today and the notion of housing an extended family under one roof is not common. But with more modular expandable forms of house units adaptability is possible.
Here I use Quonset Hut units and cargo container units but I know conventional materials can produce the forms sometimes cheaper or greener. I like using curved surfaces, that is missing homes, The clear-span arch really says "open concept" and the shed speaks economy in more private area functions. We have had "form follows function as a quoted maxim for centuries. Many of us don't get a chance to build from scratch. We are used to adapting, renovating and repurposing. My approach is like that of the house is a tent and your life fits inside. So the structural form is open for adapting.
Because they are simple they can be scaled from tiny house to larger house as long as the curb appeal isn't bent too far. Add your greenhouse, chicken pens, goats, off-grid technology......I think the curved form embraces the earth and sky not pointing, challenging the heavens.