The Wilkinson Residence, designed by american architect Robert Harvey Oshatz, was built on wooded land, on an abrupt slope, thus making it possible for the elevation of the living area to match that of the leaf canopy. It creates the illusion of living in a tree house.
Many times we think of old stone buildings as cold and perhaps dark spaces. One could probably think that a 15th-century building is nothing else but ruins. But sometimes, olden buildings come to life.