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The house is meant to be built using untreated wood and the irregular lattice creates a blurred boundary between inside and outside. Dense areas provide shade in the summer, while leaving the space open, light, and breezy. Occupants of the house may climb the lattice and use it in numerous different ways and the gaps between the branches can be used as shelves.

The house is meant to be experienced as a tree, which helps create an immersive experience that moves away from conventional architecture towards the way humans experience nature. It invites the elements in and provides an opportunity for people to navigate space with more freedom.

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