Mar 05 2010
The folks at Twisted Sifter describe it best….
There’s the tree house your Dad built for you in the backyard, and then there’s the tree house Robert Harvey Oshatz built in the forests of Portland, Oregon. Designed in 1997 and completed in 2004, the Wilkinson Residence is in perfect harmony with its surroundings. Built on a steep sloping lot, the living space resides amongst the forest canopy, making your morning coffee most enjoyable
To put it mildly, this tree house rules. I mean it’s one thing ot have a transistor radio, dirty magazines, and marshmallows with your friends in the crappy little treehouse that you should probably kill yourself on every time you walk up the “stairs.” It’s another to have these kinds of surroundings.
Check out the pictures after the jump
Not exactly the same set up they used in the movie The Sandlot is it….
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