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Mitchell Joachim, Javier Arbona, and environmental engineer Lara Greden have designed the ultimate treehouse, which "will grow from a few seedlings into a two-story, water-recycling, energy-efficient abode." Video overview after the jump.
Despite its odd exterior, the house will look normal on the inside. The walls, packed with clay and plastered over, will keep out the rain, and modern technology will be welcome. Yet there are still a few practical kinks to work out. Joachim wonders, for example, how a planning board will react to a house that constantly expands. Each house will take at least five years to grow, depending on the climate, but Joachim envisions the structures being grown and tended to on a farm
[via PopSci]

This entry was posted on 10/20/2006 03:20am and is filed under Science, Video .
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