Take a break from the stresses of the concrete jungle in this spectacular cabin on Bruny Island, off the Southern Coast of Tasmania.
Built with the nature lover in mind, the cabin opens out both to an East and West deck. As such, you can enjoy amazing sunrise and sunset views.
And to optimize the retreat experience, you could also bathe out in nature thanks to an outdoors tub set into the deck.
The cozy, intimate cabin draws inspiration from Japanese architecture, with highly crafted, symmetrical design and lots of natural light.
Apart from lending it a striking appearance, the high pitched roof also allows for a skylight to capture the sun above the trees.
Ideal for the minimalist, this tiny cabin is totally off the grid. In addition to collecting its own rainwater in underground storage tanks, it also has solar panels for all its energy needs. a wood fire oven takes care of the heating while gas is used for cooking.
For such a small cabin, this hideaway has lots of street cred.