Posts Tagged 'wooden architecture'
Sometimes when I start to watch a movie I feel that a treehouse can appear and then suddenly, it’s there!
A treehouse in Russia with a special shape that permits the house to be well integrated in the tree.
I love orchids and I love treehouses, if it’s the same for you, you should also start to check the tickets to Indonesia like me and book a flight whenever it will be possible!
A cabin that fits perfectly on the trees. The facade -except the light blue color of the lower part of the house, that hosts the entrance and the windows- is perfectly integrated with the surrounding forest. A small and tiny
Lotta is a book written from Astrid Lindgren, the one who wrote Pippi Longstocking. In 2016 the Italian- French artist Beatrice Alemagna illustrated the new version of the book Lotta. The book is about a four year girl child and
In these days that I was away from my family because of this Pandemia, I watched “Alone at home” again.
A snowy treehouse at Monte Panarotta, Lagorai (Trento, Italy), that my friend Andrea (tnx for the pic!!! ) found out in its snowboard tour! 🙂
Usually a treehouse is never designed for disabled people, but lucky nowadays there are more and more designers who are paying attention that all people in the world can reach a treehouse and enjoying their stay in a treehouse!