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Tiny Houses eco tower which could be a tiny house for permanent living | Upload Tinyhouses

Eco-Tower Which Could Be A Tiny House For Permanent Living

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by: Hans van der Broek
eco tower which could be a tiny house for permanent living | Upload

Architect-designed, comfortable, simply beautiful. Designed by Casey Brown Architecture as one man’s retreat from the world, Permanent Camping at Mudgee is now open for the world to enjoy. With views across the pristine wilderness of central western NSW, the eco-friendly tower is the perfect size for two people and was conceived with a minimal footprint, which opens up to bring the landscape in. This truly is a unique camping experience, and one to be savoured.

#Eco tower cabin in landscape #tinyhouse

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The two-story tower features sides which open up on the ground level, creating wide verandahs to the north, east and west, and an airy living space. 
Our story begins nearly 30 years ago with a boy, a horse and a few lost sheep. Jason McDonald was in his early teens and helping his father to track down wandering wethers on the family property near Hargraves, 60 kilometres from Mudgee. His search took him and his horse over a neighbour’s fence and into remote bushland. “I jumped a fallen-down boundary fence, rode through rugged bush and was suddenly in a clearing with amazing views,” he remembers. “It made a lasting impression on me.” So lasting, in fact, that, decades later, Jason convinced his neighbours to part with the hilltop land, with its spectacular views overlooking the Macquarie River, and began building a cabin campsite. One man’s escape into the country he loves. Now, Jason is sharing his dream.



            We saw kangaroos camping in Australia. Eco-Tower Which Could Be A Tiny House For Permanent Living


#Eco-tower with open windows, landscapel

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Permanent Camping at Mudgee (Australia) What? Cabin Who? One to two people Sounding Good? Permanent Camping near Mudgee is now open for the world to enjoy. Set on 1800 acres in central west NSW, on the tourist drive between Mudgee and Hill End, Permanent Camping is perfectly suited to take in views of the rugged Australian landscape for hundreds of miles around.
The interior of the #eco-tower with view on the landscape
With views across the pristine wilderness of central western NSW, the eco-friendly tower is the perfect size for two people. It was conceived with a minimal footprint, with side walls which open up to bring the landscape in. This truly is a unique camping & living experience.

By: the architect, Casey Brown Architects

Recommended: Tiny Houses Tips And Tricks: Minimalistic Living Experience

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Founder and CEO of WhatsOrb, world traveller, entrepreneur and environmental activist. Hans has countless ideas and has set up several businesses in the Netherlands and abroad. He also has an opinion on everything and unlimited thoughts about how to create a better world. He likes hiking and has climbed numerous five-thousanders (mountain summits of at least 5000m or 16,404 feet in elevation)

 

Hans van der Broek, founder

Founder and CEO of WhatsOrb, world traveller, entrepreneur and environmental activist. Hans has countless ideas and has set up several businesses in the Netherlands and abroad. He also has an opinion on everything and unlimited thoughts about how to create a better world. He likes hiking and has climbed numerous five-thousanders (mountain summits of at least 5000m or 16,404 feet in elevation)

 

Eco-Tower Which Could Be A Tiny House For Permanent Living

Architect-designed, comfortable, simply beautiful. Designed by Casey Brown Architecture as one man’s retreat from the world, Permanent Camping at Mudgee is now open for the world to enjoy. With views across the pristine wilderness of central western NSW, the eco-friendly tower is the perfect size for two people and was conceived with a minimal footprint, which opens up to bring the landscape in. This truly is a unique camping experience, and one to be savoured. Tiny houses! What we love about them! The two-story tower features sides which open up on the ground level, creating wide verandahs to the north, east and west, and an airy living space.  Our story begins nearly 30 years ago with a boy, a horse and a few lost sheep. Jason McDonald was in his early teens and helping his father to track down wandering wethers on the family property near Hargraves, 60 kilometres from Mudgee. His search took him and his horse over a neighbour’s fence and into remote bushland. “I jumped a fallen-down boundary fence, rode through rugged bush and was suddenly in a clearing with amazing views,” he remembers. “It made a lasting impression on me.” So lasting, in fact, that, decades later, Jason convinced his neighbours to part with the hilltop land, with its spectacular views overlooking the Macquarie River, and began building a cabin campsite. One man’s escape into the country he loves. Now, Jason is sharing his dream. {youtube}             We saw kangaroos camping in Australia. Eco-Tower Which Could Be A Tiny House For Permanent Living ind this tiny house ? Permanent Camping at Mudgee (Australia) What? Cabin Who? One to two people Sounding Good? Permanent Camping near Mudgee is now open for the world to enjoy. Set on 1800 acres in central west NSW, on the tourist drive between Mudgee and Hill End, Permanent Camping is perfectly suited to take in views of the rugged Australian landscape for hundreds of miles around. With views across the pristine wilderness of central western NSW, the eco-friendly tower is the perfect size for two people. It was conceived with a minimal footprint , with side walls which open up to bring the landscape in. This truly is a unique camping & living experience. By: the architect,  Casey Brown Architects Recommended:  Tiny Houses Tips And Tricks: Minimalistic Living Experience
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