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Permanent Camping by Casey Brown Architecture

 

This tiny house located in Australia is designed by the architects of Casey Brown Architecture. It’s as simple and unpretentious on the outside as it as on the inside, making it a relaxing and casual getaway made for one or two people. The house is constructed out of recycled ironbark and the heating, cooling, and water technologies employed within the space also makes it eco-friendly.

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Via lunchboxarchitect.com

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