April 2, 2021.  TreeHugger on Farrows E’Terra Samara Resort: “Treehouses nowadays come built in an amazing variety of forms . . . but building a treehouse that doesn’t harm the tree, or restrict its growth often means paying special attention to engineering or using customized components like a Garnier limb. Toronto-based architecture firm Farrow Partners Architects approaches this problem by hanging their curvaceous treehouse from the tree’s upper trunk, rather than nailing to it.”