My Ideal Architecture

An interesting factoid.

The Native American Tipi (teepee) was rated by a famous architect as the most efficient portable homes built from natural available resources, ever invented. There are several variations on a theme, such as number of poles used and forming the basic structure.
The tipi is durable,[10] provides warmth and comfort in winter,[11] is cool in the heat of summer,[note 2] and is dry during heavy rains.[12][13] Tipis can be disassembled and packed away quickly when people need to relocate and can be reconstructed quickly upon settling in a new area.[14][15][note 3]Historically, this portability was important to Plains Indians with their at-times nomadic lifestyle
But is a marvel of utility. Cool in the summer, warm in the winter, an adjustable venting system, and the poles attached to horses double as the travois.
After horses were introduced to North America, many Plains Indian tribes began to make larger horse-drawn travois. Instead of making specially constructed travois sleds, they would simply cross a pair of tepee poles across the horse's back and attach a burden platform between the poles behind the horse. This served two purposes at once, as the horses could then simultaneously carry the tepee poles and some additional baggage. Horses, of course, could pull much greater weight than dogs. Children often rode in the back of horse travois
Only due to current materials.
Bad phasing

The increase in depth pressure is not due only to current materials

If you are meaning - So practical size becomes an issue - that will still be a practical issue no matter the material

Google Hadal-Lander and look at design, size and the space available for people

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