Banyan Treehouse project was presented by the Rockefeller Partners Architects studio. The small art studio of 16 square meters was built in the Hollywood Hills in Los Angeles, California, USA. It looks like a tree house because it was raised above the ground and surrounded by vegetation. The exterior and interior were made of natural wood and the approach to the studio was designed as a concrete staircase, which duplicates the hillside curve. There is a shower, fireplace, bed, fridge and even TV. So, this fully equipped construction can be used as a guest house.

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