Red Hill residence — David Luck

Red Hill Residence by David Luck Architecture

Forest home is located on a steep north-facing escarpment 80 feet above Crabtree Creek in Raleigh, North Carolina. Designed by Frank Harmon Architect

Butterfly house in the forest

Forest home is located on a steep north-facing escarpment 80 feet above Crabtree Creek in Raleigh, North Carolina. Designed by Frank Harmon Architect

Log home in Ohio: Walnut Woods Residence and Studio

Log home in Ohio: Walnut Woods Residence & Studio

If you're in search of an inspiring live work home – a forest book nook – try these digs on for size! The Scholar’s Library in Olive Bridge, New York by local architecture firm Gluck & Partners is an unusual raised house plan surrounded by lush, leafy woods.

Have a wooded lot? Time to build a forest book nook!

If you're in search of an inspiring live work home – a forest book nook – try these digs on for size! The Scholar’s Library in Olive Bridge, New York by local architecture firm Gluck & Partners is an unusual raised house plan surrounded by lush, leafy woods.

This small house in the redwood forest of Sea Ranch in California is a great example of a building that integrates itself through the use of wood over the whole exterior. Small windows predominate on the upper exterior, but a large window off the living area brings the forest inside.

This small house in the redwood forest of Sea Ranch in California is a great example of a building that integrates itself through the use of wood over the whole exterior. Small windows predominate on the upper exterior, but a large window off the living area brings the forest inside.

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