If a tree falls in the forest, and there is someone there to build on it, will anyone care? Evidently yes, as this atypical treehouse is a testament to the resilience of nature.
Rather than moving the large fallen tree in their yard, the owners of this atypical treehouse decided to incorporate it, working with Rockefeller Partners Architects to do so. But then the tree came back to life and kept on thriving, so they built on top of it, and the resulting structure is astoundingly beautiful, while respecting the surrounding environment. Check out more images of this atypical treehouse above.
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