Friday, September 19, 2008

Mudgee Permanent Camping

Casey Brown Architecture designed the perfect camping house named Mudgee Permanent Camping.

The permanent camp is located on a remote pristine mountain on a sheep station in central western NSW, Australia.
the structure is beautifully crafted from recycled ironbark providing a sleeping loft and small kitchen with a Rais wood fired slow combustion stove. Water is collected on the roof with a separate WC, also in copper clad hardwood, located a short walk to the west. The structure is heavily insulated from cold winds as well as searing daytime temperatures, with multi layered walls all ventilated top and bottom allowing free air movement. Due to the isolated nature of the building site, the building was completely prefabricated by the builder Jeffrey Broadfield in Sydney and then transported to site and erected

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