Australian architect Casey Brown explores the idea of ‘Permanent Camping’ with his Mudgee Permanent Camping project. Created from recycled materials, this tiny 3 by 3 meter structure sits on the edge of a ridge in country New South Wales, Australia. The fixed campsite contains a small kitchen and a wood-fired slow combustion stove, with the bottom level opening up to create a wide verandah. The structure can survive the elements and even a bush fire thanks to the dual-functioning roof, which folds down to encase the exterior timber and glass walls.

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