Tuesday, June 16, 2009
London-based High Life TreeHouses design, as you might expect, rather nice treehouses. They also design landbased shedlike structures (see the fabulous smoking shelter at the end of this post). But what we're particularly taken by are their Hobbit Holes which, while targeted largely at children, are also perfect for adults and would make a truly wonderful slightly underground garden office (indeed on their site they specifically include offices among 'uses' of the buildings).Designer Henry Durham from the company is also among the designers taking part in The TreeHouse Gallery we mentioned earlier in the day.
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