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Green Building and Bamboo

Kauai Treehouse by Jay Nelson

San Francisco based functional artist Jay Nelson built a tree house in Kauai for pro surfer family Aamion Goodwin and Daize Shayne. The top floor is 30 feet up, with 140 square feet of interior living space.

Imagine sipping coffee at eye level with tree-dwelling birds, savoring that giddy heights-induced adrenaline rush with every look over the side, and taking in the freshest oxygen imaginable in every breath.

Who doesn’t have arboreal living fantasies? Vicariously climb into a treehouse home through these photos then start designing your own!

Click for more photos of this tree house by Jay Nelson


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