For those looking to get back to nature, this tiny cabin in rural Australia provides a picturesque retreat without sacrificing comfort or style. Located on the remote Kimo Estate and designed by Anthony Hunt Design and Luke Stanley Architects, JR’s Hut is a beautiful A-frame cabin built with sustainable Australian hardwoods. The minimalist cabin was designed to provide guests with a remote, off-grid option to disconnect and enjoy the area’s stunning natural beauty.

the interior space of a cabin with seating and a bedd

a wood-burning stove and firewood

Kimo Estate is a popular wedding venue set in the rural area of Gundagai, New South Wales. The JR Eco Hut is located away from the main venue, in the midst of a beautiful, expansive landscape.

front entrance of timber cabin

side view of cabin with a steel roof

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All of the cabin’s materials were locally sourced and assembled on-site by a two-person team. Sustainable Australian hardwoods were used throughout the cabin’s A-frame volume, which is topped with pitched roofs covered in galvanized steel. A glazed front wall brings natural light to the interior while also providing stunning views.

seating in the corner of a cabin

night shot of timber and glass cabin

The serene, minimalist interior, which is furnished with a small seating area and queen-sized bed, allows guests to enjoy the remote location in optimal comfort. A wood-burning fireplace keeps the space warm and cozy during the chilly nights, but when weather permits, the outdoor deck is the heart of the beautiful cabin.

+ Kimo Estate

+ Anthony Hunt Design

+ Luke Stanley Architects

Via Archdaily

Photography by Hilary Bradford Photography via Anthony Hunt Designs

timber supports and deck of wooden cabin

windows of a timber cabin

a dirt trail leading to a green meadow