The design studio A.Masow Architects has come up with a three storied cylindrical glass Treehouse built around a 40-foot fir tree
Kazakhstan-based Aibek Almassov of A.Masow Architects utilizes the transparent, versatile nature of glass to create extraordinary architecture solution in the form of the tubular building that hugs a tree. The 3-story treehouse is a modern spiritual retreat concept set in the mountains of Almaty, among the forest of fir trees.
A.Masow Architects is a multidisciplinary design studio that helps clients with space planning, architecture, interior design, industrial design, and project management. The biggest aspiration of the firm is to create the work that showcases the best of the abilities of the different disciplines involved in realizing a project and meets or eve exceeds the client’s expectation to the highest possible measure.
The high level of technical equipment of the company allows to work with complex graphics and construct high-quality objects in both 2D and 3D.
The glass building by A.Masow Architects reimagines the treehouse. It’s intended to provide a shelter from the overwhelming buildings and the busy city life and offer 360-degree-views of its forest setting. “We wanted to combine the capabilities of modern industrial design and the natural wealth and beauty,” Almassov says. And more importantly it doesn’t harm to environment.”
The design studio claims that a glass and solar panel manufacturer has its eye on the project so the construction of the sanctuary could begin soon.
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