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If you thought you’ve outgrown your treehouse, guess again. Those who appreciate modern architecture with an unconventional twist will want to plan their next trip to North-West Germany, where you’ll find this contemporary treehouse perched between an alder and an oak in Osnabruck. Designed by architectural firm Baumraum, a company specializing in tree-top dwellings, the treehouse stands out with its curved roof and many windows. Although this modern home carries a totally sophisticated design, it still boasts those traditionally playful elements that make it a true treehouse – a rope ladder, plenty of outdoor deck space, and of course, nature-inspired interiors. Baumraum
I’ve really been on a treehouse kick lately, esp. as we might be building one collectively (attendees interest/vote pending) at our 2011 Relaxshacks.com Hands-On, Tiny Shetler/House Building Workshop– kidcedar@gmail,com for more info and to reserve one of the very few spots we have left. This event is 14 hours long- and loaded open houses of mini cabins, guest speakers and demonstators, freebies, AND MORE….
-Derek “Deek” Diedricksen
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