"Treehouses designed not for children or the odd hobbyist but for elegant, lofty living, is an idea worth exploring...Innovation ought not be stifled. Creative minds should consider that rural economic development may translate into something different. A treehouse may be a primary residence; it may also be a small business such as a retreat or a bed-and-breakfast. Safety and ingenuity ought to be able to coexist."
Sunday, June 15, 2008
We should encourage treehouse lifestyles (and garden office shedworking) says a leader in The Seattle Times.
Posted by alex johnson at 11:20 AM