Contemporary Tree House be Translated into a Modern Home
The main living level of this contemporary tree house sitting in the canopy, among the green leaves moist soil fertile by scrolling below. It's one of the difficult to describe. Nature with architecture is not a strange couple in any way, but it has never been done like this. According to the architect, "We have to really walk around the house to capture the complexity and connection to the outside by using natural wood floating on the ceiling curved laminated wood beams passing through the glass walls of the generous wrap around the main living room. This impressive design seven years in the making, from drawing board to completion in 2004, and it was worth every last second of the wait. Yet another factor is playing a very contemporary, flowing style - the music. Oshatz Architect Robert Harvey has created this amazing, the artistic architecture in the woods of Portland, Oregon, for clients who love music will be translated into modern homes.
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