New Meaning To The Word ‘Tree House’

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New Meaning To The Word ‘Tree House’

Many of us had a tree house growing up; but I’ll bet none of us had one like this. More and more we are seeing houses built around trees, with the goal being to preserve as many natural features as possible. Designers have found ways to incorporate mature trees found on properties into the design of the home. Pretty cool, right? Not only does it look amazing, sparing trees helps to preserve nature and oxygen supply.

Since the mid 90’s, the popularity of tree houses has taken off, from children’s play structures to fully functioning homes. Even the popularity of tree house hotels is increasing, with various hotel booking websites offering accommodation in tree houses!

Most would agree being connected to nature is important. Well, these tree houses take it to the next level.

This is a great example of a ‘Modern tree house’

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This one demonstrates a tree house designed with a rustic touch

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This large tree pierces through at least two levels in this home

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A cool example of designers preserving nature and building the structure around existing trees

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This is another great example of getting creative without disturbing nature and building around the tree

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The downside to urbanization is trees can get in the way and need to be removed. However, these builders have shown us if you get a little creative, you can have the best of both worlds, awesome architecture and striking nature.

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