Loft Living Shelter Style


This Australian copper clad shelter is isolated situated at the edge 
of a ridge in New South Wales, and surrounded by large granite boulders 
and ancient dead trees and with panoramic views for hundreds of miles to the horizon. 

The retreat was prefabricated by the builder Jeffrey Broadfield in Sydney 
and then transported to site. 


It has openings at three sides to provide wide verandahs, as seen below. 

When not in use these roofs close down 
to completely enclose the timber and glass interior, 
protecting it from the elements. 



This remote retreat is planned for two persons.  
It has a sleeping loft and small kitchen, crafted from recycled ironbark.






More information and images here
WABI SABI Lisbeth Williams @ Williams Design
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3 comments:

  1. Does it have a kitchen or bath?

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    1. I believe so. For more info, check out the text above and follow the link. Thanks for visiting, L

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