Treehouses by Worapong Manupipatpong

Treehouses by Worapong Manupipatpong

Tammy Everts
Jul 14, 2009

"Smallness is probably the spatial quality that reminds us of childhood nostalgia when we can access most of the small spaces in our home. We can no longer play under the table, hide behind the couch, or hide in the wardrobe. There are no such secret spaces anymore when our body has grown up. Those small spaces still exist and are visible, but are not accessible anymore."

The quote above is from the philosophical statement of the design studio Worapong Manupipatpong. These contemporary treehouses are designed for the child in all of us, to remind us of the magic to be found in small spaces.

Looking at these images (there are many more to be seen on their website) makes us imagine another world -- or at least a suburb of this one -- where communities of similar treehouses exist, Ewok village-style, connecting us all to one another...

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