But Rockefeller Partners Architects call the project and shelter shown here the Banyan Treehouse.
I like the name because it’s like a modern take on the treehouse (using no living trees).
And since the shelter sits 12′ off the ground it still looks and feels like a treehouse.
It’s near downtown Los Angeles and just 170 sq. ft. in size.
The tiny house is built on steel stilts and it has a modern, minimalist and whimsical flair.
Modern, Minimalist & Whimsical Micro Cabin
If you want to see the rest if this amazing micro studio on stilts enjoy and share below:
Whimsical Micro Cabin on Stilts
Living Area with Bookshelves and Built in Couch
Desk with View of Nature
Shelves and Wood Burning Stove
Private Outdoor Shower
The structure is used as an office as well as a studio and recreational getaway.
It’s located in the backyard of a normal residence. The owner is an artist and nature lover.
Photography by Eric Staudenmaier for Rockefeller Partners Architects.
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