The Manhattan Tree House Pavilion Combing childlike nostalgia with sleek, innovative architecture, the modernized treehouse was constructed in the Armory Building in NYC as one of the main fixtures for Microsoft Open House and launch of Windows Mobile 6.5. The 12-foot tall by 32-foot long tube enclosure sits ten feet in the air and rests between four 24-foot tall logs, wrapped in an airy fabric that allows the structure to glow. It was designed by Andrew van Leeuwen of Build LLC off of a concept by Seattle based Wexley School for Girls. The aim was to create a sleek but raw structure – “modernism with a soul.”
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