Harry Gesner’s Autonomous Tents Can Be Assembled in Days and Packed Up Without a Trace

by , 12/20/13

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Visionary architect Harry Gesner has created a new form of architecture that can be raised in just a few days and that can “leave without a trace.” Although these private hideaways provide all of the luxuries of home, they do not require a foundation, utilities, or septic system. Gesner carefully designed the Autonomous Tent to respect every aspect of our delicate ecosystems.

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