Leonard van Munster designed a captivating recycled treehouse called Under Heaven, which was set almost paradoxically on top of a 50-meter high, 12-story building known as the Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art.
Although now no longer in place, the amazing structure was part of an art exhibit for the museum and was entirely constructed out of re-purposed vegetable and fruit crates. Despite no longer being around, these photographs stand as a testament to the exhibit's powerful message about the importance of recycling.
Towering Crate Treehouses
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By: Jordan M - Published: Feb 3, 2011 • References: leonardvanmunster