Treehouses

  • Tree/Play/Dog House

    Published 12/11/13 in Houses
    Tree/Play/Dog House

    Steve and Jeri Wakefield of Dallas, Texas commissioned architect friend James Curvan to design and build this remarkable house in a pecan tree for their two grandsons.   See the Image

  • Rabun Gap Rearview

    Situated at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, this award-winning home in Rabun Gap is a modern masterpiece.   See the Gallery

  • Rabun Gap Mountain Home Deck

    A black slate floor covers the deck and continues seamlessly into the bedroom.    See the Image

  • Rabun Gap Outdoor Scene

    Published 07/23/13 in Houses
    Rabun Gap Outdoor Scene

    The compound was designed to have little impact on the surrounding forest    See the Image

  • Rabun Gap Driveway

    Published 07/23/13 in Houses
    Rabun Gap Driveway

    The house is constructed of stucco, redwood, locally sourced stones and glass.    See the Image

  • Rabun Gap Alcove

    Published 07/23/13 in Houses
    Rabun Gap Alcove

    The home was designed with an appreciation for beauty inside and out.    See the Image

  • Rabun Gap Rearview

    Published 07/23/13 in Houses
    Rabun Gap Rearview

    The angles of the home were designed to contrast with the verticalness of the surrounding trees.    See the Image

  • Rabun Gap Foyer

    Published 07/23/13 in Houses
    Rabun Gap Foyer

    Everything about the award-winning home is custom including the redwood trimmed windows and the Australian  Sydney Blue gum timber flooring.    See the Image

  • Rabun Gap at Night

    Published 07/23/13 in Houses
    Rabun Gap at Night

    The surrounding Appalachian Mountains and 21 acres guarantee privacy night and day.    See the Image

  • Rabun Gap Treehouse

    Published 07/23/13 in Houses
    Rabun Gap Treehouse

    The guesthouse or treehouse features a private redwood deck overlooking a tranquil pond and raised garden beds.   See the Image