High-tech tree houses hope to bring more people to city parks

A London-based company Invisible Works is trying to incorporate nature and urban parks by creating clever, innovative structures that blend into the natural surroundings. The tree houses hope to attract restaurants, live music shows, movie screenings, and even the ballet. Think ubiquitous park band shell, radically redesigned.

Invisible Works hopes to have their structures in London parks by year’s end.

Via FastCoExist

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  1. I hate to be negative, but hello graffiti and urine. If it were possible to figure out a way for people to respect these they’d be amazing.

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