May 15, 2013
Standing tall among the treetops in a forested area of Portland, Oregon, the Wilkinson Residence feels like a refined, playful treehouse for adults (a marvel that we at Architizer know well). To mitigate the site’s steep slope, Robert Harvey Oshatz perched the home’s living areas on top of a pedestal-like wood shingle foundation that gives the residences the illusion of living in the surrounding canopy. When viewing the forest through the large perimeter windows, it looks as though you have left any trace of city-life behind. Click through for more!