Jono Williams’ towering temple of dude-dom is off-grid yet totally connected.
There’s a good reason why he-centric residential sanctuaries are referred to as “caves” and not aeries, lofts, perches or suites. Like a rusted tin of Copenhagen, the man cave is hidden and obscured from prying eyes; tucked away discreetly into a garage or a garden shed — or that back room in the finished basement originally meant to house Grandma LouAnne on her annual holiday visits.
Don’t tell that to Jono Williams, a mechanical engineer and graphic designer from New Zealand who has taken it upon himself to lift the man cave from its grungy, grotto-y associations and elevate it to dizzying new heights with the Skysphere. Read more.