Taking childhood dreams to a new level, Roderick Romero from Romero Studios has made a business out of designing and building tree houses around the country.  Each of the dozen or so projects require a unique and complicated architecture to conform to their environments.  Despite some incredibly beautiful designs, the philosophy behind the projects is that “Nature is the architect.”  Personal favorites include a cliff-side home in New Mexico and a lantern-house in the Santa Monica mountains built with salvaged lumber.

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