By Rachit Agarwal
Designed by South African studio Malan Vorster, Tree House Constantia is constructed from four cylindrical towers.
Clad in okume wood, this home designed by Mobius Architekci in Poland.The home’s circular shape is informed by a trunk, with nearby trees “piercing” through it for a dramatic effect.
This small vacation house is designed as a stairway to the treetops,” Gluck+, the architects of Tower House, write of the home.
the home mirrors tree roots, branching out from one central location through the forest floor. “Moving through the house is moving through the forest,” the architects write of the changing views and scenes visible from inside the home.
On the banks of the Chaliyar River, this home designed by firm Thought Parallels features a facade made nearly completely from glass, offering stunning views of the lush land the home sits on.
Located in Rosengarten, Germany, Neo Villa is a 5,209-square-foot home designed by Querkopf Architekten in 2019.
Designed by prefab company Sagemodern, this modern home is located among trees in Truckee, California. With expansive outdoor space, large windows, and natural materials.
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