Spring is [technically] here and I could not be more excited. Despite dating a man whose favorite pastime is snowboarding and lives for the winter, I can honestly say that winter is my least favorite season. But now that spring has sprung, we can officially say good bye to the cold and hello to pretty plant life. I’m so ready to be a plant hoarder.
Whoever said “choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life” must have been a born billionaire or in the legal marijuana game because although I love what I do, sometimes it’s definitely work. The last couple of days have been all kinds of hectic. Back to back client meetings, proposals galore and even a quick side project to top it all off. Work was definitely getting done. But one thing I’ve learned (and this might be complete common-sense but I’m still going to share) is no matter what, never wake up and tell yourself “today is going to suck”. That was me Monday and (if you couldn’t tell by the post) it did, in fact, suck.
We’re past that now. On to bigger, better and more beautiful things. Like this insane modern day treehouse. Built as a personal project by architect Jesse Bennett and his interior designer wife Anne-Marie Campagnolo, this home takes open and airy to a whole new level. Titled the “Planchonella House”, the designing couple was able to incorporate the home into its environment in such a seamless way. They utilized the views by integrating floor-to-ceiling windows and laying out the interiors with an open floor plan, giving anywhere you sit an incredible view. Overall Bennett and Campagnolo were able to create a home that encapsulated both a playful and architecturally sound aesthetic. Absolutely beautiful.