hello, liebermann





daniel j. liebermann designed this epically beautiful mid-century tree house in mill valley back in 1958. the radial floor plan makes the interior of the house look like the insides of an umbrella, and it was built using salvaged materials. liebermann, an apprentice of frank lloyd wright, seamlessly integrated the outdoors into the design of the house, creating a bright airy space in a lush canyon. check out more images here.

6 comments:

Beard and Bock said...

Its amazing this was designed in 1958! i love it!

Jude said...

Love the Frank Lloyd Wright influence! Beautiful interior shots.

Terri said...

Wow! It's stunning!

Jules @ Lovely Las Vegas said...

I've always wanted to live in a treehouse (or at least stay in one for a lengthy duration)... if I could afford this one, it would be insanely perfect!

Stacey said...

Liebermann's design definitely transcends time!

Jessica Edwards said...

This is amazing...I love that it's made with salvaged materials.

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