The smallest treehouse in the world
Do you live in a flat without a garden, but you love treehouses? Now you can have one and “enjoy” it everyday!
The Japanese Takanori Aiba, an illustrator and an architect, decided in 2003 to create these wonderful and small treehouses using craft paper, plastic, plaster, acrylic resin, paint and other different materials.
Just look at the pictures, they can explain you everything!
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If you’re curious or just missed it, and you want to know which one is the tallest treehouse in the world, just take a look at Brazza River Basin Treehouse!
More pics in the gallery below.
pics by Takanori Aiba
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