Sunday, November 08, 2009

Banyon Drive Treehouse

A lovely shedworking space in Brentwood, California, designed by Rockefeller Partners Architects who describe it as "part office/studio, part recreational getaway" for an artist who is keen on nature. Twelve feet off the ground, it is built at the base of a large semi-fallen pine tree in the owner's back garden "as a creative respite from the demands of domestic responsibilities". As well as a working space, it has a day bed and lavatory and comes with deep-oiled wood siding, mahogany windows, and a Rheinzink roof. Lots more photos of the construction and the finished beauty at the architect's site. Photos by Eric StaudenmaierVia Dwell (do read the comments on the post there) by Tiny House Blog

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