Saturday, October 4, 2008

Mudgee Permanent Camping

This 10x10ft modernist cabin structure by Casey Brown Architecture is located in the mountains of Australia. The Wall-E-esque structure is protected by copper sheathing that may be removed during warm months. Water is provided by a cistern (a unit that collects water from rainfall and stores it for later use), and water is heated and cooled by "passive" techniques. I'd love to wake up in one of these on a cliff here and take a morning dip in the ocean below.

More information at Research Architecture

1 comment:

Andrew Wetzel said...

that is frickin awesome.

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