8 apr 2012

unusual holiday for creative campers

The famous Australian photographic artist, Marian Drew, wanted a house in which she and her family could enjoy their weekends, and felt a construction derived from the concept of a luxury campsite would fit the bill. The unique holiday home was designed by Simon Laws of Anthill Constructions, and is located on the Queensland coast amongst mature Bloodwoods and Cabbage Palms, in the town of Seventeen Seventy.

 The living and sleeping pods, and the bath house, of the Drew House were built and fully completed in Brisbane, and transported across 500km to the chosen site. The prefabricated sweeping roof structure that covers the outdoor connecting core–consisting of an alfresco dining and living area–was erected onsite along with the adjoining decks

 The rustic materials make a serenely neutral environment that fits with the natural bushland scenery, whilst the intricate architectural fan shapes give the unorthodox campsite a certain elegance and flair.

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