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
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