A Tree House for a Children's Hospice

(Image: Blue Forest Crafts)

Here's an island of serenity for children who need it. The architects at Blue Forest Crafts designed this tree house for the Chestnut Tree House Children's Hospice in Sussex, UK. It looks like 3 stout trees with a platform wrapped in branches.

It's designed specifically to be noise-resistant, thanks to the work of the engineers at Quiet Mark. The tree house will be lined with Acoustiblok, an organic and recyclable material that will make the interior a sanctuary from a noisy world.

The tree house is under construction. You can view photos of that process at Design Boom.

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