This high-rising ultimate treehouse, situated in Montpellier, France, pierces the skyline with sprouting branch-like balconies, giving residents the nostalgic treehouse resemblance.
Standing at 17-storeys high, the 'White Tree' or 'L'Arbre Blanc' includes shade decks and balconies that hang off the tower like branches, which create shade and absorb natural sunlight onto the building much like leaves do.
It features an art gallery and a restaurant, as well as a rooftop penthouse bar with an endearing ocean and mountain view. Encompassing 120 units with several different floor plans, this colossal, 56 meter high-rise embodies the capabilities of 21st century architecture.
Balcony vegetation will thrive due to the open atmosphere and construction of the building itself, which is ideal for plants.
This eye-popping superstructure will undoubtedly inspire advancements in the world of architecture, and is much alive like a living organism.
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