Anthony Hunt Design and Luke Stanley Architects have built a tent-shaped eco hut on a remote hill in rural New South Wales, Australia.
The Geelong-based studio and the Ballarat-based studio collaborated on of the A frame structure, which was designed to be assembled in situ by a two-person team.
Kimo Hut is the latest addition to the Kimo Estate, a second generation 7,000 acre farm outside Gundagai whose owners have diversified into accommodation and events. The hut is available to rent on Airbnb.
It’s simple, utilitarian shape is designed to invoke a sense of refuge and connection with its natural surroundings, without standing out too much from the other agricultural buildings on the working farm.
Visitors ender the hut via a raised walkway through a glass door with views all the way through. The back of the hut is fully glazed, providing glorious views out over the Kimo valley below.
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