This house is a kind of realization for everyone – it’s a tree house by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects. It is not built exactly on the tree, but it has its shape. Located on a hill with trees and bush vegetation and overlooking the ocean, the house seems to be part of the forest thanks to its shape, colors and reduced size. The colors and materials used completely camouflage it on the bushy hill. The interior is flooded with light and definitely benefits from it. White walls and honey-colored wooden floors don’t distract attention from the fantastic sea views. The furniture is a mix of modern and rustic, scattered here and there in a minimal approach to harnessing space and light.