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.
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.
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.
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.
Photography by Hilary Bradford Photography via Anthony Hunt Designs