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Tiny House Among Trees Trees over there? Don't care.

In most cases, a heavily wooded construction site is nothing more than a minor inconvenience quickly taken care of by a gas-guzzling excavator and a caffeine-fueled construction worker. An empty canvas ripe for the McMansion building remains in its wake.

Thankfully, there are a handful of tree-lovers out there willing to go the extra mile to design a home that embraces the lushness of the site it inhabits.

Such was the case for this home that was build near the coast of Argentina. The design incorporates a covered porch that is home to several trees that jut up through the floor, ceiling, and anything in-between. Trees weren’t only considered during the design of the home, they were vital to its success.

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The stark concrete walls play off the natural colors and textures provided by the surrounding trees. It’s a move that says: “yeah, we built a house here and we know we can’t be as beautiful as the site itself, so we are going to show you we are man-made so as not to detract from this blessed gift from Mother Nature.” Or something like that.House-Among-Trees-03-750x519 House-Among-Trees-07-750x363 House-Among-Trees-13-750x533 House-Among-Trees-16-750x500 House-Among-Trees-17-750x500 House-Among-Trees-21-750x500 House-Among-Trees-24-750x500

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via CupboardsOnline