- Designer kitchens from Nolte – the face of modern kitchen equipment
- Spring Court – cut bushes, shrubs and hedges in spring
- Get the sea into your living room – Nano Aquarium
- Creating a rock garden – the versatile application of boulders
- Wood boiler – Pioneer Heating and environment
- Bedroom with dressing
- House built on a hillside under a canopy of shade trees
- Conservatory furniture – rattan furniture complement the interior
- Work space with wooden furniture
- Bring Christmas lights – in the living room
Camping camping cabin, which releases the view to the horizon
At first sight of this tower-shaped unusual structure already puts a smile on your face. You might even think that it was a fairy tale rocket fly in space. With a firm position in camping in a remote area in Mudgee, New South Wales, Australia, in the midst of pristine forests and mountain areas, day to find out the status they deserve: the absolute freedom and peace! Modern camping cabin camping Mudgee Tower is a project of Casey Brown Architecture, completed in 2007. The small structure is equipped with a rainwater collector, which can provide accommodation for up to 2 people and fascinate visitors with breathtaking views of the area.
Camping cabin camping for Casey Brown architecture
Cabin camping camping is the realization of the dreams of our customers. Located on the edge of a hill overlooking the natural area located nearby, including granite boulders and ancient dead trees, you can enjoy a respite from crowded tourist centers and lonely road noise. Due to the remoteness of the site, the project architect Jeffery Broadfield was completely prefabricated in Sydney and transported and erected on the site.
Mudgee Tower - the structure of permanent innovation camping
Inside the building with an area 3x3m sleeping area with bathroom, a small kitchen and a comfortable living room with open floor plan are available. The copper-clad structure with two floors allows close contact with nature - the wallboard can be 3 sides fold and use as cover. This creates idyllic three covered porches that are oriented to the north, west and east. If you want to separate and enjoy the privacy that can not be folded panels controllable.Camping Area in New South Wales
Inside, wall cladding recycled Red Ironbark is a real strength of the cabin was built with solid walls on its multi-layer absorbent. Gun wind and sun, camping cabin offers a special atmosphere in an elegant setting.
Photo: Rob Brown and Penny clayArchitectural design architecture Casey Brown
The campsite chalet is passively cooled in summer
Reddish-brown warm tones inside the building
Camping place in New South Wales, Australia
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