Nestled in a forest of eucalyptus and oak trees, the Cape Town Tree House is influenced by its surrounding landscape. The structure is made of four steel "trunks" connected by a central square. Like the surrounding trees, the interior flows in a vertical manner, with the main living area on the first floor, a bedroom on the second, and a roof deck above. Each cylinder helps to further define the space among levels while also creating views with their glazed facade. A palette of steel and western red cedar dominate the interior and exterior, both left untreated to naturally blend into its surroundings over time.