Permanent Camping

Permanent Camping

Jenny Butler
Aug 13, 2009

With a footprint of only 3 square meters [that's just over 30 square feet] this 2 storey copper clad building is set in the middle of sheep station in central NSW. Brilliantly, the cladding of the building on the ground level opens up to reveal glass windows with panoramic views for hundreds of kilometers. See more after the jump…

When the cladding is closed it protects the structure from the elements, particularly bushfires. Inside the building is a living area with a slow combustion stove, small kitchen and bedroom. There is an outhouse a short walk from the main building. The house is titled "Permanent Camping"- an interesting and unique alternative to camping. More information available from Casey Brown Architects.

[Images from Casey Brown Architects]
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