The Rural Space is designed to come apart for easy transportation and storage
Walls and windows can be opened up giving the feeling of being connected to nature, or letting in the breeze
The Rural Space is built and maintained using traditional rural craftsmanship, and made out of sustainable, locally sourced materials such as beach and ash trees
The self-sufficient Rural Space is powered by wind and solar energy
With so many heritage-listed sites and national parks in Britain, there are tight restrictions on what can be permanently built and where. Designer Philip Crewe, however, has come up with the idea of Rural Space, a temporary living space powered by wind and solar energy, which helps people get closer to nature, in considerably more comfort than the standard tent or hostel.
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