Architects EAT designed a ‘simple’ house addition around an existing elm, abstracting the tree’s dominant trunk form into structural steel columns. From ‘Tree House’, a story on page 162 of Vogue Living Nov/Dec Photograph by Earl Carter.
Located in Canterbury, a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Elm & Willow House was designed by Architects EAT. The structure makes use of open walls to blend the boundaries between indoors and outdoors. Photos courtesy of Architects EAT