Date of Graduation

5-2020

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Architecture

Degree Level

Undergraduate

Department

Architecture

Advisor/Mentor

McCown, Ken

Committee Member/Reader

Spero

Committee Member/Second Reader

Furlong, Kim

Committee Member/Third Reader

Welcher, Richard

Abstract

Over the past two decades, the tree house has outgrown its more recent traditional role as a child’s place to play and has served many new functions. I intend to conduct research that questions how the tree house has evolved over the last twenty years based upon changes in program, technology, and relation to the tree itself. As a result of this research, I will deliver a clear understanding of tree house design best practices in the form of a manual.

Keywords

Architecture, Trees, Tree House, Treehouses, Technology, Program, Prospect and Refuge

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