Timber playspace in London garden

Dezeen Debate newsletter features a "treeless treehouse"

The latest edition of Dezeen Debate features a pyramidal timber playhouse in a London gardenSubscribe to Dezeen Debate now!

Readers are swooning over a "treeless treehouse" named Penfold, which architecture studio De Matos Ryan created for a London garden.

Accessible only by crawling beneath it, Danger Mouse is a 4.1-metre-high structure featuring triangular windows that frame views of its surroundings.

One commenter said: "I could live in this playhouse!"

Vaulted arcade of Morland Mixité Capitale
David Chipperfield adds vaulted arcades to revamped office complex in Paris

Other stories in this week's newsletter include David Chipperfield Architects' transformation of a 20th-century office block in Paris, Heatherwick Studio's sculpture containing 350 trees and an apartment block in Veracruz, Mexico.

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