A hand-drawn spot, something to add to your fears of swimming, created by the Australian directing-duo Greg Sharp and Ivan Dixon of Rubber House Studio.
A two storey shelter surrounded by large granite boulders and ancient dead trees located on a remote pristine mountain in Mudgee, Australia.
The structure is designed by Casey Brown Architects, has a 3x3m footprint and is made of cooper clad and recycled ironbank. Heavily insulated the shelter offers a lounge area with a small kitchen, a sleeping loft for two and a separate WC nearby. Water can be collected on the roof of the tower and stored in a tank located to the south.
Find more about Permanent Camping shelter @ Casey Brown Architects’ webpage
Large scale mixed media paintings on buildings that are listed for imminent demolition by New Zealand artist, Mike Hewson.