Riccardo at Draw your dream

As I announced a few weeks ago, I’m giving space to young treehouse dreamers who have done their best to design treehouses. If you missed the article, you can read it here: Draw your dream

The first post is dedicated to Riccardo, a young Italian architect who lives in Zurich and currently works at a famous studio in the city.
Talking one day he showed me in his notebook a sketch of a treehouse, telling me that he drew it on the spur of the moment thinking about how he would like it if he could actually build it.

What I really like about this sketch is how despite being a geometric and angular house, in complete contrast to the organicity of the tree, the house manages to integrate with the tree, so much so that the two entities work if the other exists. If one of the two were not there, a void would remain and the composition would be “lame”.

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