This house is made from a tree in the tree, too, that it is “tree house” by all accounts. Architectural firms in a competition juried by members of the house council and camp, and this organic home made class. This wooden house sat on a sloping site, with wheelchair access through a curved wooden walkway leading to the deck 15 ft above the ground. Inside, the 1200 sq .- ft. show home octagonal space center as the main area used for the environmental arts and crafts, while four additional multi-sided offer additional living space and sitting-rooms, all covered in floor to ceiling glass and ended with a green roof. Atlanta-based architectural firm Lord, Aeck & Sargent is the brains behind this beautiful countryside design wooden houses in Rutledge, Georgia. Designed to Camp Twin Lakes, a camping program ill and handicapped children, home is where the camping lake can be connected with nature. Wheelchair accessible design work into the bigger picture of all access points-the nature of winding road in a pair of lakes.