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Celebrating A Master Of Surreal Tree Houses And Architectural Magic

Yasha Wallin

There is something viscerally appealing about the work of Terunobu Fujimori. It wasn’t until the ripe age of 44 that he designed his first building. His ever-growing repertoire represents a compelling middle ground between magic and maturity--it’s as if his creations emerged, fully formed from the pages of a long-lost folk tale where strangely shaped teahouses stand high above the ground on spindly tree trunks, or individual rooms tower over the roof of a charred-wood house below.

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  • Aehlex

    lovin it!