Posts Tagged 'architecture'
During this lockdown many people found some time to build their dreams. This is the story of this treehouse “Moradia da Mata” situated in Nilo Peçanha (Bahia, Brazil).
Ever you ever had the dream and need of being faraway from everything and everyone, to observe the city from distance and have some time just you, alone in the nature?
In the years of Impressionists, the life ‘en plain air’ was almost a must for Parisians even when it came to having fun. Thanks to the less defined boundaries between city and countryside, for over a century the inhabitants of the ville
I have already written many articles about Takashi Kobayashi, so I guess you already know him, if not, check the other posts about him. Each treehouse is so different from the other ones and so wonderful!
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