One of the most important parts of nature is the trees that are too often destroyed for prime real estate reasons, but the ‘Treehouse’ by Van Der Miszewski architects keeps the woods in mind. Located in East Africa, these tropical tree houses emphasize the importance of nature in society, and the design firm attempts to inhabit as many trees as possible with its elegant architecture.
Almost 2,475 square feet (equivalent to three housing spaces), these tremendous tree houses incorporate as much of nature into its features as possible. The architecture is also African-inspired. Just imagine living in a mansion surrounded by acres and acres of trees! Hence, even the doors and windows are made of glass to allow inhabitants to take in as much of the surroundings as possible. The ‘Treehouse’ by Van Der Miszewski Architects is a great example of eco-friendly design.