Architecture

An Atypical Tree House By Rockefeller Partners Architects

Normally, when people see falling trees, they tend to have it cut and use the wood it produces, but not the owner of the falling 40-year old pine tree at the rear of Brentwood, Los Angeles. When the pine tree fell, he just leaves it that way giving the tree a chance to revive itself and continues to grow from its horizontal position. The moment the pine tree has revived, the owner decided to build a one of a kind tree house that serves as an office, and guesthouse to honor the tree’s resilience. Aside from saving the tree from being destroyed, the house also has the floor to ceiling windows that allows natural lighting and air to come in.

Atypical Treehouse

Atypical Treehouse

Atypical Treehouse

Atypical Treehouse

Atypical Treehouse

Atypical Treehouse

Atypical Treehouse

Atypical Treehouse

Atypical Treehouse

Source: Rockefeller Partners Architects via Dwell


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