“Nature is loved by what is best in us.” These very examples once again proved that there are another fun and creative side of human beings who instead of cutting down trees, have adjusted to nature so well that it leaves us in awe.
The house seems like a castle built on a tree and has a bit of Hogwarts’s touch. Whoever made this treehouse deserves a huge applause
The builder instead of cutting down the tree branch, built a ring-like hole in the wall to further let the tree grow inside the premises. Hence nature was left unharmed.
Think about the times we have complained about occupying space that belongs to Nature. Here to compensate for space, they built a cylinder-like ecofriendly multistorey building that looks like a cute planetarium.
The modesty of the housemaker is quite transparent as he diverts the road a little bit to protect that one tree.
Good habits inculcate from a very small age. The kindergarten is built around a tree at the center, thus it keeps the children grounded and down to earth. It enhances the ability of every child to protect nature.
Casa Vogue in Brazil
This house is a perfect example of how humans nurturing trees, ferns, and small shrubs together. The dome on the ceiling has been replaced with a big hole that allows sunshine to enter and nourish the tree for growing.
The trees have been walled in tall glass boxes to allow them to grow. These special houses have a special ceiling where the lid is open at places where these walls struck and form squares.
The shield tree
The tree interestingly acts like a shield and protects the house from intruders. Nothing can be better than extra security and stress-free life.
Tree making its way
The construction may seem odd as the owner didn’t pay much heed when the tree grew its own way through the house. Sounds lazy yet heartwarming