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    This "treehouse" sits on stilts, 12 feet from the ground of Downtown, Los Angeles #DowntownLosAngeles #Downtown #LosAngeles #LA #Cali #CA #Limo #Car #Service #Travel #Shop #Visit #Vacation #Fun #Business

  • Tim Mitchell

    Perhaps you had a tree fort as a kid...

  • Andy Budden

    Rockefeller Partner Architects, treehouse, la treehouse, la retreat, la green building, micro retreat, backyard retreat, backyard studio, green studio, Los Angeles green studio, butterfly roof, treehouse design, tree house green design,

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    This could be my office. RPA designed this luxury #tree #house located in Nichols Canyon, Los Angeles, California. Perfect as an an art studio, or living space, featuring lots of light!

  • Francine Bacchini

    Architecture firm RPA designed this luxury tree house located in Nichols Canyon, Los Angeles, CA. Banyan Treehouse is a compact home design blending an art studio & recreational getaway overlooking downtown LA. Made of wood and glass, the wood structure is raised 12 ft. up on steel pillars, and nestled into the base of a large pine tree. In keeping all-natural, this studio was finished in a luxury, organic palette of oiled wood siding, mahogany windows and a Rheinzink roof

  • George Abraham

    Fancy - Luxury Tree House - Treehouse of Art and Inspiration | Modern House Designs

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