Tuesday, 24 April 2012

Banyan Treehouse, Los Angeles

Take a peek at the 'Banyan Treehouse' - a studio/guest house in Los Angeles designed by Rockefeller Partners Architects.

The studio - standing on steel pylons and accessed by a concrete stairway, wraps and shapes itself carefully around the contours of an existing tree trunk. It is made from a mixture of palope, walnut and cedar creating a warm, inviting sanctuary for peaceful study or relaxation. The ultimate big kids' treehouse!






All images found at Contemporist.

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