This tree-like viewing tower is designed to be multifunctional. On top of its traditional purpose, the structure also contains a "vertical gallery," as well as a bird hide. The concept is developed by London-based architecture studio Denizen Works, who was commissioned by the National Trust for Scotland to create an observational tower that will "draw more visitors to the property."
For the concept of the structure, Denizen Works embraced the aesthetic of an "abstracted tree." Located at the Inverewe Garden in Scotland, the viewing tower seamlessly integrates itself into the lush vegetative landscape. By way of its curious design, the towering building will serve as a point of orientation, a working landmark and a delightful experience that fuses art with nature.
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