[The entrance](https://livingdesigns.asia/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/Jann02.jpg) that hides the downward incline almost makes this Hollywood house seem like an unassuming bungalow.
More pictures at [Living Designs Asia](https://livingdesigns.asia/trees-for-company/) and [Architectural Record](https://www.architecturalrecord.com/articles/13600-tropical-malaysian-residence-makes-its-hollywood-debut-in-crazy-rich-asians).
That’s the dream right there. Not too big, right in the trees, infinity pool, open spaces…Perfect.
It’s basically just a multi story apartment. People don’t realize how much they actually need to feel connected to the ground and nature. Being suspended in the treetops would be cool for a vacation place for a week or two, but not good to live in.
Belanda means Dutch
The question is if the people living in it regularly jump from the first floor into the pool. Looks extremely inviting
Plenty of houses built on a slope like that in California. One house on Alta Vista in Laguna Beach had a big chain hanging from the rear of the house down to a small pedestal of concrete. When the owners would drive by the pedestal on the way home, they could check the spacing between the last link in the chain and the pedestal, to see if their house was slipping down the hill.
I did this in Minecraft
What’s the house estimate?