Permanent Camping by Casey Brown

We love the less-is-more aspect of sheds and cabins, packing so much into such small spaces. Australian architect Casey Brown just won the Australian Institute of Architects Small Project award for Permanent Camping, a ten-foot square by 20 foot high getaway with corrugated copper siding, three panels that fold down for security and up for shade, and a big rainwater collection tank behind. Nicely done.

There is evidently a copper-clad outhouse nearby.


::Casey Brown Architecture via ::Dwell and ::Materialicious
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