I've been working on this on and off for months and months, and I finally got it done! Inspired by Bayt Suhayme, a 16th Century Ottoman merchant's home in the heart of Old Cairo, that I visited when I was an exchange student in Cairo through my University. A very distinctive period building, it's long and narrow with a bay window jutting out over the street. The street is narrow, and the bay windows would almost touch the bay window of the house opposite, so that the street would be quite dark. The entrance hall opens into a central area that can be used for a garden, with the room that would be the harem above, with ornately carved windows looking down, and the men's sitting area across from that. Double staircases through the central archway lead to the curtained doors of the harem or sitting area. Open grillwork around the top walls and the domes allow heat to rise and escape. This is "inspired by" and not meant to be a replica, but anyone familiar with Bayt Suhaymi would recognize the inspiration immediately. Made all of mesh, it comes to 64 pe, plus1 pe for the door, which opens/closes on touch.