If you’re trying to get away from the hustle and bustle of the modern world, there are few ways better to manage that than to find yourself an isolated cabin. But if you really want to appreciate the surrounding landscape, having a way to bring the outdoors inside is also preferable. And that’s exactly what The Camp by Fearon Hay Architects has to offer.
Built on a hill above an estuary, this project was specifically designed around embracing the locale in which it is situated. As such, these two structures actually work in tandem to create a single living space connected by an outdoor gathering area. And while it’s loaded with modern conveniences — like a full kitchen, plumbing, electricity, and more — it also boasts a vintage aesthetic thanks to a construction of oil-finished exposed wood and retro-style fixtures. Our favorite part, however, might just be that the slatted walls were built to open up nearly entirely, allowing the natural world to creep into the living space. This is the kind of getaway you’ll never want to come back from.