The Mudgee Permanent Camping Project is a super sustainable cabin in New South Wales, Australia that is a shining example of thoughtful and self-sufficient architecture.
The compact cabin might look unremarkable, but the Mudgee Permanent Camping Project is a wilderness lodging that boasts rain-catching technology, reclaimed material construction and foldable walls. In an environment that is particularly prone to fire, wind and even intense sunlight hazards, this innovative piece of architecture is definitely much-needed.
Implications - This is the kind of environmentally friendly creation that is going to help bring us safely into the next millenium of Earth preservation. It has been said that a truly effective eco-conscious building has to be built specifically for the area it is in. The Mudgee Permanent Camping project is a prime example of what happens when that sort of building is done well.
Sustainable Wilderness Shacks (UPDATE)
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Disaster-Safe Eco Housing
Floating River Saunas
Pre-Fab Pipe Pavilions
Futuristic Glass Facades