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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Tree House, Standard llp Architects jeffrey allsbrook | silvia kuhle | nicholas hopson | sylwia pasciak 2002-2010

large ash tree envelopes the house, creating a microclimate. A partially concealed post and beam structure modulates the exterior and allows openings to span from floor to ceiling. The second story bears on thins stainless steel columns and cantilevers over a concrete deck, which in turn cantilevers over the slope. The horizontal layering of the roof and floors extend the interior and engages the space under the tree. Located at 351 Dahlia Avenue in the Silver Lake district of Los Angeles.

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