The Yellow Tree House Cafe from December 2008 to February 2009 as part of a Yellow advertising campaign. At the conclusion of the campaign, ownership of the Treehouse passed to the landowner. The venue is now available for weddings, functions and events, rather than as a restaurant. The Treehouse seats 30 guests or can accommodate 50 guests standing for less formal gatherings.
Living Pavilion is a “low-tech and low-impact” architectural installation, consisting almost entirely of milk crates and natural flora. Similar to a green wall, the plants were inserted into the milk crates to provide a “synthesis of form, structure, light and life”, composed mainly of hanging plants. Because of its technical ingenious construction, the installation can be easily removed.
The Eco-Desert Retreat is one design in a series of functional art vacation retreat habitation structures that can be placed in various remote locations without the need for conventional utilities. These small vacation retreat shelters, and other support facilities, can be placed in various pristine landscapes without causing any adverse environmental damage. When it is time to remove the retreats, it can easily be done, leaving the landscape as it was.