Man or lady, there are a lot of motivations to need to get away from the rigors of regular life and retreat to your own particular private space. Rather than setting up in the storm cellar or carport, New Zealand visual originator and specialist Jono Williams chose to construct his man collapse the sky. His “Skysphere” room remains really busy clearing and was outlined totally by Williams himself, who likewise did a considerable measure of the expanding naturally. The Skysphere is completely outfitted with a scope of innovation from lighting to varying media gear and is really an incredible sight in the New Zealand farmland.
The interior of the Skysphere relies on its 360-degree view of the surrounding area for the wow factor. Though Williams originally intended to included self-tinting window panes for privacy, curtains will have to do for now.
The interior lights can change colors from red to green to white for a bit of extra fun as well as a spectacular display for anyone who happens by during the night.
The Skysphere entrance is in the center of the large steel pole that also acts as the main foundation of the structure. You have to climb up through the tube to enter the space, though Williams insists it’s wide enough to do so carrying a backpack of all the supplies you might need for your stay.
On the roof of the Skysphere are a number of solar panels, which provide all the electricity necessary to power to various devices inside, including lighting, refrigeration, and entertainment. These devices are all controlled directly from Williams’ smartphone as well, for a bit of additional technological wonder.
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One major drawback is that the Skysphere is not currently equipped with either an elevator or a bathroom, though Williams hopes to add one in the woods nearby sometime in the future. For now, construction on the impressive structure is complete, though who knows what project this creative mind will dream up next.