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‘The Human Nest’ at Big Sur by Jayson Fann

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    Located along the Big Sur coast that faces the vast Pacific Ocean, the Human Nest is a treehouse constructed with a whirlpool of eucalyptus branches that have been bent, knotted, and twisted into its impressive and beautiful structure. Artist, Jayson Fann for the Treebones Resort, bent upwards thousands of individual branches and assembled them to create this wondrous treehouse. Although it may appear quite delicate and fragile, each installation may weight up to two tons, and is secured to the ground by simple screws. The extravagant nest, which can shelter up to eight people, also leaves enough room to pitch a tent in the event of rainfall.

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