From Gizmag’s Adam Williams: “The most appealing homes don’t have to be the most expensive or imposing. We’re reminded of this yet again by Pump House – a basic but idyllic weekend retreat designed by Australian firm Branch Studio Architects (BSA). It was built with a modest budget, and boasts the advantage of operating off-the-grid.”


Completed in May of this year, the structure is clean and unfussy. Materials are basic: plywood, corrugated metal sheeting. Solar panels power the lights and a wood-burning stove provides heat.


Imagine something like this on a piece of land you own in the local mountains. Or in your big back yard, to use as your office, art studio, playroom or guest suite. The design is simple…


But the options are endless. There are lots more photos, head here.

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