Situated in the remote area of Mudgee, New South Wales, Australia, this camping structure is without a doubt amongst the most stunning buildings in Mudgee, New South Wales. It constitutes a contemporary camping hut and it was a 2007 project by Casey Brown Architecture.
The tiny structure provides shelter, as well as breathtaking views for up to two people. The camping hut is equipped with a kitchen, a rain water collection tank, a living area, as well as a sleeping loft.
Constituting a camping hut located on a remote pristine mountain, the camping structure was the realization of the clientâ€™s dream. The camping hut is sited at the edge of a ridge surrounded by granite boulders, as well as ancient dead trees.
The camping hut is a two storey copper clad tower with sides that open up on the ground level to provide some wide verandahs to the north, east, as well as western elevations.
Conceived as a retreat for one or two people, this camping hut has movable verandah roofs that, when not in use, close down to enclose the timber and glass interior, protecting the interior from elements in particular bush fires.
To the south, there is a water tank and winches that are located to operate the said movable verandah roofs. Inside, the camping hut is beautifully crafted from recycled ironbark providing a comfortable sleeping loft and a small kitchen.
In this camping hut, water is collected on the roof. The camping hut is heavily insulated from both searing daytime temperatures and cold winds as it has multi layered walls that are all ventilated top and bottom allowing free air movement. The camping hut also separate WC in chopper clad hardwood that is located a short walk to the west.
If you wonder how this camping hut actually looks like, you can take a look at pictures of the camping hut taken by Penny Clay & Rob Brown.