Only when someone walks through the curvy spaces one can understand the complexities of this wooden structure resting on a flat log. The dining room is confined within glass walls. The roof is wooden and it floats on laminated wooden beams. The house has been constructed in the middle of the forests and from a distance no one can tell its any different from the natural habitat its been built in.
Written By Lesley Canter on Sunday, May 23, 2010 | 6:06 AM
Remember our article on Baumraum’s eclectic tree houses? Now we bring to you Robert Harvey Oshatz, yet another tree expert, a landscape artist and a brilliant craftsmen. His project named Wilkinson Residence belongs to a music lover. He wanted a house that followed the flow of music and that is what he got. A house which transfers one seamlessly from its interiors to exteriors.