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By weaving tree saplings and branches together, Dougherty creates majestic shelter sculptures.  Like willow domes or other arboreal structures.

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He did an installation for the Kohler Art Center in Sheboygan WI. By weaving tree saplings and branches together, Dougherty creates majestic shelter sculptures. Like willow domes or other arboreal structures.

What joy it would be to have this in your garden!    (via g a r d e n s / Tree Pee Image Via: The Telegraph)

Children playing around a hollow cone shaped topiary, perfect for hide and seek(a topiary tee-pee!

Architectural spaces from living trees by Patrick Dougherty. So earthy and magical :)

Architectural Spaces from Living Trees

Beautiful

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inside the wicker palace by Marcel Kalberer

**so, we're making a "hosta room" in the front yard** inside the wicker Auerworld Palace by Marcel Kalberer, Auerstedt, Thuringen, Germany

Willow Tree House. Too perfectly round for my liking, would prefer a more rustic finish.

Faries build round and oval houses-their mini ones are no smaller than an large orange but can get up to basketball size

By weaving tree saplings and branches together, Dougherty creates majestic shelter sculptures.  Like willow domes or other arboreal structures.

By weaving tree saplings and branches together, Dougherty creates majestic shelter sculptures. Like willow domes or other arboreal structures.

Trees are grown and bent to create incredible living structures at the University of Stuttgart’s Institute of Basics in Modern Architectural Design. The students working on the project plant fast-growing trees like willows and shape them around steel support systems, testing their elasticity to see whether this building technique could be a viable way to make cities greener.

Arboreal Architecture: Taking Inspiration from Trees

Trees are grown and bent to create incredible living structures at the University of Stuttgart’s Institute of Basics in Modern Architectural Design. The students working on the project plant fast-growing trees like willows and shape them around steel support systems, testing their elasticity to see whether this building technique could be a viable way to make cities greener.

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