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The Skysphere, A Futuristic Treehouse That Is Controlled Via Smartphone

The Skysphere, A Futuristic Treehouse That Is Controlled Via Smartphone

The Ekinoid Project proposes building self-assembled, self-sustaining, stilt-mounted spherical homes on land previously considered unviable.

The Ekinoid Project proposes building self-assembled, self-sustaining, stilt-mounted spherical homes on land previously considered unviable.

These incredible looking tree houses are called ‘Free Spirit Spheres’. Wooden spheres are built much like a cedar strip canoe or kayak, suspension points are similar to the chain plate attachments on a sailboat and the stairways hang from a tree much like a sailboats shrouds hang from the mast.

These incredible looking tree houses are called ‘Free Spirit Spheres’. Wooden spheres are built much like a cedar strip canoe or kayak, suspension points are similar to the chain plate attachments on a sailboat and the stairways hang from a tree much like a sailboats shrouds hang from the mast.

Preppers Survivalists U.S. Government Historical Documents Government Records Civil Defense Government Military Civilian PREPPERS Survival...

Preppers Survivalists U.S. Government Historical Documents Government Records Civil Defense Government Military Civilian PREPPERS Survival...

http://www.treehugger.com/green-architecture/cocoon-tree-prefab-spherical-treehouse-pod.html

Prefab Cocoon Tree is a spherical pod for tree lovers

http://www.treehugger.com/green-architecture/cocoon-tree-prefab-spherical-treehouse-pod.html

One of eight exuberant villas erected by AD Innovator Elora Hardy’s firm, Ibuku, in Bali’s Green Village.

AD Innovator: Elora Hardy

Golf Ball House  Yucca, Arizona    Development company Lake Havasu Estates built this swanky cocktail lounge, naming it the "Dinesphere," in the 1970s. But bankruptcy forced the company to sell the building shortly thereafter. Hotelier and restaurateur Hank Schimmel bought the roadside oddity as a birthday present for his wife and the couple moved into the sphere in 1991. The 3,400-square-foot abode is divided into three levels, with a kitchen and living areas on the first leve

World's Wildest Houses VII

Golf Ball House Yucca, Arizona Development company Lake Havasu Estates built this swanky cocktail lounge, naming it the "Dinesphere," in the 1970s. But bankruptcy forced the company to sell the building shortly thereafter. Hotelier and restaurateur Hank Schimmel bought the roadside oddity as a birthday present for his wife and the couple moved into the sphere in 1991. The 3,400-square-foot abode is divided into three levels, with a kitchen and living areas on the first leve

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