Called The House of the Big Arch, the home is just 3.4 metres wide in parts. Photo: Frankie PappasCalled The House of the Big Arch, the home is just 3.4 metres wide in parts. Photo: Frankie Pappas
Called The House of the Big Arch, the home is just 3.4 metres wide in parts. Photo: Frankie Pappas

Off-grid, and invisible? This super skinny eco-home is designed to disappear among the South African trees

Want to live among the trees? An architecture studio has designed an off-grid home that appears to float amid the tree canopy of a South African nature reserve – and not a single tree was harmed in construction

Topic |   Architecture and design
Called The House of the Big Arch, the home is just 3.4 metres wide in parts. Photo: Frankie PappasCalled The House of the Big Arch, the home is just 3.4 metres wide in parts. Photo: Frankie Pappas
Called The House of the Big Arch, the home is just 3.4 metres wide in parts. Photo: Frankie Pappas
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