Embryo Treehouse Design by Antony Gibbon

 

Antony Gibbon Designs has done it again, this time with The Embryo. 

The Embryo derives its name from the early stages of development in nature and was developed to help one get reconnected with nature.

 

Anthony Gibbon, who is known for his popular treehouse designs, created a cylindrical two-story tree structure that looks like a burl and emerges upwards directly from a tree turnk .

The Embryo is clad in cedar shingles, the treehouse blends in with the colors of the forest providing a refuge for humans reminiscent of our species’s first habitat at the edge of the trees.

The design can be implemented anywhere there are trees, providing a near-universal prototype 

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