Traditional yurts are used by the nomadic peoples of the Steppes of Central Asia. They are lightweight, portable, and easy to set up with a few hands. They are an excellent example of simple technology perfectly adapted to suit the purpose of nomadic shelter.
This style of yurt has become fairly common here on the North American continent. If you are looking for shelter that is pleasing to the eye (yet easy to disassemble and move), it's hard to find anything better.
You can absolutely make one of these yourself - an internet search for "how to make a yurt" will yield many good results. However, if you are looking to purchase a prefabricated yurt kit, there are also many options available. If you happen to be in the Northeast of the US and are looking to purchase a yurt kit, I often recommend Two Girls Farm & Yurts. They use locally sourced saplings for their wall and roof frame and fabricate all of the other parts themselves. I have helped in a few of their yurt raisings and am impressed not only by their beautiful frames, but also by their thoughtful attention to detail. Note - I have no financial ties to two girls yurts. I simply appreciate the craftspersonship they have instilled into their frames and think they make great yurts.