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‘Landscape Apertura’ Treehouse Frames Nature Exquisitely
Posted By Beth Shea On June 30, 2009 @ 8:00 pm In Architecture,eco kids,Inhabitots,Treehouses | 1 Comment
Robert McLaughlin’s ‘Landscape Apertura ‘ treehouse near Kansas City, offers calculated views into nature via six strategically placed, vibrant green frames. Each frame is designed to capture a specific outlook, which enables one to appreciate and focus on a small perspective of the expansive great outdoors. As thoughtfully crafted as its outward gazes, Landscape Apertura  is constructed in a Lincoln-log fashion with 90% recycled wood sourced from surrounding deconstructed houses through Habitat For Humanity ReStore . This whimsical treehouse is like a camera, permanently poised to capture nature at its most beautiful, and we’d love to snap up the views.
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