The Taringa Treehouse is an ideal home for lovers of the outdoors. That's because the Brisbane, Australia, home does everything it can to bring the outdoors inside. It's aggressive, sharp design contains a garden, a sunroom that doubles as a study, and even a climbing wall.
Phorm Architecture + Design, the studio behind the home, designed it to take the best aspects of a treehouse, as its name suggests. This meant incorporating a playful attitude wherever possible. One such example of that is the series of climbing elements on the ground floor, allowing its sporty residents to get their vertical exercise inside in lieu of climbing the trees outside.
To be sure, the home is in the midst of trees, being located in the woods of Queensland.
The Taringa Treehouse Features a Sharp Garden and a Climbing Wall
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