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Nature and architecture don't always have to be at war. Instead of clearing trees, these architects have chosen to embrace the beauty of trees and incorporate them into the design of these gorgeous houses and buildings

What a perfect example of the benefits of working with what you've got. This home garden provides the owners with privacy without sacrificing the beautiful sprawling oak tree in the center...

A Private Garden from Ohashi Design Studio

Eco Factor: Interior garden keeps your interiors away from peeps and provides fresh air. Why cut a tree in your backyard to get some space for your deck when you can use it in the most beautiful of ways to provide fresh air, cooling and above all.

Sky Catcher House, designed by Kazuhiko Kishimoto / acaa, Japan.

Sky Catcher House by Kazuhiko Kishimoto / acaa

Sky Catcher House in Atsugi, Kanagawa, Japan by Architects: acaa - Kazuhiko Kishimoto

Victorian birdhouse

Inspirational Factors -Creative -Fairy tale like - Dark -Peaceful I feel like this concept is very inventive. I feel like it's a new take on the idea of a treehouse. The design seemed to have a Gothic style garden in mind.

Lombardi House events barn LA ; outdoor lights strung from the roofline to the garden

Garden Visit: A Historic Hollywood Estate Turned Hotel

Lombardi House, a 1904 Victorian farmhouse and stable, was completed summer Host your shebang in the blank-slate event barn.

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Gothic Gates

idea for home courtyard area --  Kurve 7 / Stu/D/O Architects

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Portsea House by Wood Marsh Architecture

Portsea House: a curvaceous home by Wood Marsh Architecture eschews the Australian resort town norm Architecture Wallpaper* Magazine

all-things-east: Architecture, Sami Angawi, Arabia. Would literally kill for this!

The Banyan Tree | Lahaina Banyan Court Park | Lahaina, Hawaii

The great Banyan-tree with the world's largest area of the Crown. Indian botanical cadu is in Haure. Bunyan, or, as it is called, the tree-forest, has not one but thousands of barrels.

Aiming to connect living spaces with dramatic ocean vistas, Ezequiel Farca Architects envisioned a home with green walls and floor-to-ceiling-windows.