The Fibonacci Tree-house, Spain Tauheed Ahmad March 1, 2015 Home Design 1834 The design of this beautiful house in the trees was inspired by the Fibonacci Spiral. That’s the spiral found in plants and animals like the sunflower and the snail’s shell. The building, by Blue Forest, is finished from sustainably managed forest timbers using laminated ribs for the framing which is clad inside and out with larch boards. Larch has comparable characteristics as oak but is less cost. This small house is just 270 Sq.ft with a tiny kitchen and space for a bed and chairs. Once the frame of the house was made off-site it took a little team of builders about 8 weeks to construct. You can say it’s a bit of a kid’s paradise with 130 ft of rope bridges and a 75 ft slide. What an awe-inspiring aspect of nature! This lovely house is a marvel of nature and human intelligence. In the Fibonacci sequence, as you may divide a number into its successor, the further along you go the closer you get to the value of “Phi” – The Golden Ratio (value 1.618033), i.e 13 divided into 21 = 1.61538; 144 divided into 233 = 1.61805. The dimensions of our Meditation \ Yoga Hut at Lee Road are based approximately! on the value of Phi. The Fibonacci Treehouse, Spain Related PostsLarge Kitchen Window Makes Substantial Difference in Appeal, Suitability and Space.Life in Desert in a Sleek Design HomeEgg Shaped Tree House Secretly placed on Canada WoodsAttractive Little Clouds Amusingly Water Potted HouseplantsSuspended Staircase Converted into Stunning Versatile Structure. How to Clean Your Kitchen Sink Palau De Les Arts Reina Sofia is an Opera House and Cultural Center in Valencia, SpainModern Floating House is the Perfect Relaxing RetreatThe Brusio Spiral Viaduct in SwitzerlandFully Functional Home Designed for Spectacular Views of the AlpsItalian Architect Proposes idea to Use Trees to Protect Residents from Noise & PollutionAngel Oak, 450 Years Old Tree in South Carolina Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.