To mark LANDSCAPE 2015's partnership with the London Design Festival, this Summer the Landscape Show ran a treehouse design competition.
The brief was to create a space that would work without a tree. The footprint could be no more than 9 square metres and achievable within a £20,000 budget. Otherwise designers were free to run wild and meet the challenge laid down in whatever way they wished.
After several rounds of judging "one entry stood out" and Langstaff Day were announced the winners.
Landscape 2015 reported: "The Lantern is a striking yet beautifully thought out piece of design. Our independent experts agreed that it 'grabbed the essential focus of the brief to create a tree house without the tree'.”
The head judges were Andrew Fisher Tomlin and Peter Murray.
See the project here.