Crystal River Tree House by GreenLine Architects Fulfills Childhood Dreams

By: Sarah Robson - Published: Jul 19, 2012 • References: greenlinearchitects & architizer
The Crystal River Tree House by GreenLine Architects is a contemporary tree-hugging design that is a flawless example of arboreal architecture. Re-live and fulfill your childhood dreams in a tree house that is fun and full of fantasy.

Green Line's principals for this project were Steven Novy and David Rsamussen, and they both worked together to design the ultimate playhouse. The design has two floors and a freestanding wooden staircase leading the way. This treehouse was built between Geneva Peak and Square Top mountain in Colorado.

This house has a ladder that leads up to a platform, and another ladder where one can enter the house. Another door of the cabin leads to a slender patio above the trees where one can relax and take in the beautiful surroundings. Stats for Arboreal Adult Abodes Trending: Older & Warm
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