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Amazing Architectural Tree Houses

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A hidden gem amid towering hemlock trees in the ski village of Whistler, British Columbia, this ovoid tree house is a sight to be seen—for those who can find it, that is. Carpenter Joel Allen built the structure in a secret location and welcomes anyone who spots it to check out the inside, which contains oak furnishings, a covered deck with a camp-style kitchen, a desk area, and a sleeping loft. The architectural elements—including eight three-point frames consisting of curved ribs and floor joists—are concealed within the structure

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