Camping in a tent can be all the fun for some, but we’d have to argue that camping in this small constructed space in New South Whales, Australia would be an exciting adventure. Casey Brown Architecture was the mastermind behind this project, which includes a rain water collection tank, kitchen, living area, and small sleeping loft.
The living space of “Mudgee Tower” comes equipped with a small wood burning stove, and the landscape views are absolutely unparalleled. The exterior is comprised of copper cladding that turn into verandah roofs to enjoy whatever weather is brewing. The second story is just a simple ladder to the top, with a bed and small window in tow.