Building Architecture has a rich history of demanding massive amounts of land to create man’s vision over natures. However, a more conscientious and natural approach to architecture has emerged to quell our territorial imperialism over Mother Nature.
The ‘blend-with-nature’ housing projects were designed to pursing a more symbiotic relationship with nature by incorporating trees, hills, and rivers into their projects rather than destroying them.
Let’s take a look on these 7 amazing housing designs around the world
1. The Yellow Treehouse Restaurant, Peter Eising and Lucy Gauntlett, Auckland, New Zealand
Images Credits: Contemporist
2. Private Retreat, Aibek Almasov, 14 miles outside Almaty, Kazazhstan
Images Credits: Co.Exist
3. 4Treehouse, Lukasz Kos, Ontario, Canada
4. Private West Virginia Residence, Travis Price, West Virginia, USA
Images Credits: Houzz
5. Casa Corallo, Paz Arquitectura, Guatemala City, Guatemala
Images Credits: Design Milk
6. Private Residence, Martin Fernandez de Lema and Nicolas F. Moreno Deutsch, Mar Azul, Argentina
7. Wooden Bungalow, Ghezzi Novak, Lima, Peru
Images Credits: DesignBoom