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Na Hale 'Eo Walawi, by Patrick Dougherty, in The Contemporary Art Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii, 2003 || Behold These Incredible Works Of Architecture Made Out Of Living Trees

Behold These Incredible Works Of Architecture Made Out Of Living Trees

Patrick Dougherty Na Hale 'Eo Waiawi The Contemporary Art Museum, Honolulu, HI Photo: Paul Kodama

Ash Dome: A Secret Tree Artwork in Wales Planted by David Nash in 1977

Ash Dome: A Secret Tree Artwork in Wales Planted by David Nash in 1977

David Nash, Ash Dome, planted 1977 In sculptor David Nash cleared an area of land near his home in Wales where he trained a circle of 22 ash trees to grow in a vortex-like shape for an artwork.

No, this isn't the work of some gigantic bird. The human-sized nest houses  you see before you were actually made by man - more specifically, artist and branchbender extraordinaire Patrick Dougherty.

Patrick Dougherty’s Mind-Blowing Nest Houses Made of Living Trees

Living Root Bridges of Megahalaya · Maptia

Living Root Bridges of Megahalaya

In one of the wettest places in the world, people train the roots of strangler figs to create living bridges, meghalaya, india.

living tree house

NC artist Patrick Dougherty has created this monumental sculpture in Connecticut.

Our process of shaping trees is called pooktre. We have perfected a gradual shaping method, which is the shaping of trees as they grow along predetermined designs. With an understanding of tree lore, trees like these are easy to grow and it’s a very satisfying pastime.

Pooktre Tree Shapers - Peter Cook and Becky Northey are the founders of Pooktre. Their process of shaping trees is called pooktre. They have perfected a gradual shaping method, shaping trees as they grow along predetermined designs.

Tetti verdi: in Norvegia una tradizione preistorica. Le immagini piu' belle

Tetti verdi: in Norvegia una tradizione preistorica. Le immagini più belle

Beautiful Norwegian Foliage-Covered Green Roofs Norwegian Grass roof homes – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Environmental art and willow sculpture by trevor leat

Sculptor Patrick Dougherty combines his carpentry skills with his love for nature and it results in interesting sculptures. By weaving tree saplings into massive, swirling forms that resemble bird nests.

Dartmoor, Two Bridges, England ~ temperate grassland ~ Photo: Capt' Gorgeous, via Flickr

Dartmoor, Two Bridges, England ~ temperate grassland ~ Photo: Capt' Gorgeous…

By weaving tree saplings and branches together, Dougherty creates majestic shelter sculptures.  Like willow domes or other arboreal structures.

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He did an installation for the Kohler Art Center in Sheboygan WI. By weaving tree saplings and branches together, Dougherty creates majestic shelter sculptures. Like willow domes or other arboreal structures.

Natuur is fun

22 Weird And Wonderful Features You'll Wish You Had In Your Garden

A shady seat Artist Peter Cook sculpted this natural chair by controlling how the tree grew its branches!

I am reminded of Rabbit's home in the 100 Acre Woods.

Banyan Tree and Century Terracotta Temple, Attpur, West Bengal, India a door to an unknown place

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Trevor Leat

JedaVu ArtA Swirling Willow Figure Rises from the Grounds of Shambellie House in Scotland The Whirling Dervish was a willow sculpture by artist Trevor Leat

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