Build a four-storey house, but did not cut even a twig: Unique tree house built by IITian in Udaipur
A one-of-a-kind mansion in Udaipur, Rajasthan's city of lakes, has become a model for environmental conservation in the nation and throughout the globe. KP Singh's wonderful tree home has been perched on a mango tree for the last 20 years. Singh's residence has four storeys. KP Singh hasn't chopped a single branch of it since he made it. KP Singh, an engineer, created this treehouse in 2000. Since then, both the tree and the home have been protected. Tourists who come to view the splendour of Udaipur are also drawn to this one-of-a-kind residence.
Instead of chopping tree branches, engineer KP Singh incorporated them in his ideal home. A branch, for example, has been shaped into a couch, while others have been shaped into a TV stand. The branches of the tree inspired the design of this dwelling. It has all of the conveniences of a ground-floor residence, such as a kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, and dining hall. Tree branches emerge from the kitchen, bedroom, and so forth. As a result, fruits grow at home as well.