Architecture

Tree House overlooking L.A., a Luxurious Place of Retreat

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A tree house is usually that place kids love to go in order to play and do whatever children do. It usually has a very simple construction plan, with nothing inside but some comfy pillows and dozens of toys.  RPA Architects come to shake this perspective, by creating another type of tree house. The concept is completely blown away when having to deal with a luxurious, all-equipped, artsy mini-residence up in the tree. Situated in Nichols Canyon, Los Angeles, and overlooking L.A., Banyan Tree house is a modern combo between an art studio and a fancy meditation getaway. 12 feet high, the unusual tree house is made out of wood and glass (yes, it has windows!) on top of which reigns a Rheinzink roof. Kind of makes you wish your own house looked like this, doesn’t it?- via

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