The English artist Tom Hare created the very original Cherry Tree House. For its elaboration, he used willow, which conferred an organic style to the structure. But that’s not all: the wood was woven to achieve a spherical shape, which simulates a bird’s nest. At night, the lighting born inside lets see its intricate design. By the way, his work is not limited to treehouses, because it has all kinds of ornamental sculptures. As if this were not enough, he also taught school workshops, whose function is twofold: to teach his technique, and to create awareness about the nature and sustainability; in fact, his materials are reusable for new pieces.
Source and images: ©Tom Hare