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The New Forest Homes in Oyama, Japan are Built to Tree Patterns

 - Aug 8, 2013
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The amazingly created forest homes from designer Keisuke Kawaguchi and K2-DESIGN are both eco-friendly and follow the natural blueprint of the trees. The project is entitled 'Residence in Daisen' and is located in the Tottori mountains in the beautiful Oyama, Japan.

This organic community is definitely breathtaking from an above view, as it shows the forest homes weaving through the natural formations of the trees. Kawaguchi describes the concept as, "Trunks reaching towards the sky with bountiful leaves. The figures of the trees are beautiful. They are the legitimate inhabitants of the forest." It's wonderful to see more eco-friendly architecture being done around the world as not only is it good for our generation, but it will provide for a better world for the generations after us.