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Banyan Drive Treehouse designed by Rockefeller Partners Architects. It is part office/studio, part recreational getaway, and unique project is located at the base of a large pine tree in the backyard of a canyon residence. The client is an artist and nature lover so Banyan Drive Treehouse perched twelve feet off the ground, will serve as a creative respite from the demands of domestic responsibilities. Although treehouse looks modest in size, but efficient plan allows for a studio room, living area and toilet room. Deep-oiled wood siding, mahogany windows, and a Rheinzink roof were chosen for their natural qualities and  [ Read More ]

What do you think if we are talking about treehouse? I thought treehouse was about children and perhaps our own childhood. Although today we are getting older it will be just a cool place to stay and play in a tree house. As you can see there are many reasons why we should have one of treehouse to experience the freedom of childhood imagination as an adult. Even most inspiring architects to some tree house designs are based on their childhood dreams of what they want. In this post you will find a childhood dream come true, I have compiled  [ Read More ]

Ukrainian architect Sergey Gotvyansky and Vicktor Demidov from NOTE Design Studio created a group of modern rustic cottage. Located close to the beach in Pischanka, 35 km from Dnepropetrovsk precisely in a beautiful pine forest near the stunning natural lake. These modern cottages are mostly made of wood and glazing floating on a wooden deck, while the front facade is cables stay wood, blends with the surrounding pine forests. The interior looks very simple, walls and wooden roofs, are all the facilities required to meet Ukrainian countryside retreat. Forest cottages is part of GoodZone, a Countryside Hotel Complex which consists  [ Read More ]

Albion avenue completely restored in Woodside, California. The project was completed by Ana Williamson Architects. Spacious interiors entirely overhauled to renew contemporary house built in the 1980s. The main focus of interior seen in kitchen to integrate two separate functional areas, namely cooking and dining area which includes food preparation area by removing walls. Using a rich palette of natural materials aimed at softening the large space. The main bathroom is structured as a retreat where clients can relax and enjoy their private courtyard garden. Here Albion avenue that offers a charming contemporary style, simply scroll down and get inspired!  [ Read More ]

Boat house located in beautiful surroundings in Svallerup Strand, Denmark. Designed to be very simple and practical at the same time. Cedar wood chosen for construction due to fantastic ability to withstand the elements and silver gray patina. Boat house was built without windows to keep the clean lines of the building intact. This house very multifunctional, client wants to use a second home to save the vessel, fishing gear, bicycles, kayaks and other tools. But it can also be used as a place where you can sit and enjoy the sunset and have guests who stay there for the  [ Read More ]