A simple cabin on a remote Australian sheep station is an eloquent answer to one man's quest for a "permanent tent" where he re-connect with nature.
It is a solitary tower on a mountaintop in central western New South Wales, cloaked in weather-beaten copper with small peephole windows. This elegant, pared little building is a permanent campsite, an ultimate bush escape for a Sidney-based graphic designer. No water, no electricity, no roads, nothing to assist you other than labourare real restriction that influenced the design. via mikkel vang for vogue living