Fort Style

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Fort Style is an architectural style used in many micronations for infrastructure. Fort Style is either temporary or permanent. The style is usually made up of logs, dirt or bark found in forest floors where fort style is the easiest to build. Fort Style varies in region.


Wegmat’s Fort Style consists of Fallen over trees being used as foundation. Such as in the case of the Union Des Plaines Headquarters a tree has fallen over onto another tree where more sticks were put up to make it more closed. Lake Essef Intermicronational Art Museum is a fallen over tree that hasn't completely sunk into Lake Essef and will be used for art similar to the Milwaukee Art Museum. Isadora consist of towering Sycamore Trees with logs laying along the trees to create shelter.

Example of Fort Style in Isadora.