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Noise pollution may not be as physically harmful as smog or other forms of environmental contamination, but it can lead to increased levels of stress. A quiet, peaceful environment makes for a happier, healthier outlook in general. Many people seek this type of peace by heading into nature and surrounding themselves with trees.

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Luxury treehouse design company Blue Forest teamed up with Quiet Mark and retailer John Lewis to create a quiet sanctuary away from the relentless noise of the outside world.

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The overall shape of the treehouse was inspired by a small group of trees. The rounded house sits on a base of three tree trunk-like structures, elevating it to physically and symbolically remove the people inside from the noise outside.

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The cathedral-like treehouse was erected as the centerpiece of the 2014 RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. Sustainable parts were donated by several companies to make the project possible.

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Inside, the treehouse is cozy and simple. It includes a living area and small kitchenette, all surrounded by eight floor-to-ceiling windows that flood the interior with sunlight.

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Ultimately, the treehouse will be donated to and installed permanently at the Chestnut Tree House Children’s Hospice in West Sussex, England. The lovely retreat will allow children and their families a chance to visit and play together in a peaceful environment.