Never Too Small • Documentary
Treehouse offers a bespoke split-level design strategy with a touch of arboreal whimsy. Box-loft sleeping area is clad in natural pine and seems to float like a tree house with a strip of window glazing look out at the forest. Architect Nelson Chow created a unique, playful sense of space that maximises its panoramic forested context within a decidedly compact, urban setting.
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