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    Built by Casey Brown Architecture in Glenroy, Australia with date 2007. Images by Penny Clay. Located on a remote pristine mountain on a sheep station in central western NSW, this structure was the realisation o...
    March 7, 2013

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    • Helen

      Adaptive Mudgee Mini Cabin Opens to the Australian Landscape Mudgee Permanenet Camping (5) – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

    • Symbiosphere

      Permanent camping - Casey Brown Architects Tiny House Design in the Australian Outback | Modern House Designs

    • Tamara Myers

      nsw architecture awards 2008, australia architecture awards 2008, sustainable architecture, green architecture, sustainable building, adaptive re-use, Permanent Camping by Casey Brown Architecture

    • Katherine Burdett

      Permanent Camping | Casey Brown Architecture When not in use these roofs close down to completely enclose the timber and glass interior, protecting it from the elements in particular bush fires.

    • Elizabeth Everingham Miller

      Campamento Permanente / Casey Brown Architecture Permanent Camping / Casey Brown Architecture – Plataforma Arquitectura

    • Petter Axelsson

      Permanent Camping by Casey Brown Architecture - "The building has a minimal 3x3m footprint providing shelter. The structure is a two storey copper clad tower; The structure is heavily insulated from both cold winds and 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."

    • Harmony Rose

      Designed by Casey Brown Architects as a retreat in New South Wales, Mudgee Permanent Camping is a mere 3x3m footprint. The two-story building is completely clad in copper, but the first floor’s façade is transformative. Winches are used to lift these “wings,” revealing glazing that enables sunlight to penetrate the house. The prefab structure boasts a recycled ironbark interior, which is self-sustaining with an indoor, slow combustion wood-burning stove and an outdoor water tank.

    • Laurie Clark

      Permanent Camping, Casey Brown Architecture, Mudgee NSW Photo © Penny Clay

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