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Posted: September 16, 2009 10:05 p.m.
Updated: September 17, 2009 4:55 a.m.
Architecture students Talia Lemus, left, and Elena Triebel hang their scale model of Las Vegas to a tree in the main commons area at College of the Canyons. Architecture students Talia Lemus, left, and Elena Triebel hang their scale model of Las Vegas to a tree in the main commons area at College of the Canyons.
Architecture students Talia Lemus, left, and Elena Triebel hang their scale model of Las Vegas to a tree in the main commons area at College of the Canyons.
Architecture students Lyndi Stauffer, left, and Jolene Lain construct their project entitled Strato-Sphere 2055 to a tree. Architecture students Lyndi Stauffer, left, and Jolene Lain construct their project entitled Strato-Sphere 2055 to a tree.
Architecture students Lyndi Stauffer, left, and Jolene Lain construct their project entitled Strato-Sphere 2055 to a tree.
Architecture students Nick Nolan, left, and Trent Vigil hang their multi-level scale model of Hollywood to a tree in the main commons area at College of the Canyons on Wednesday. Architecture students Nick Nolan, left, and Trent Vigil hang their multi-level scale model of Hollywood to a tree in the main commons area at College of the Canyons on Wednesday.
Architecture students Nick Nolan, left, and Trent Vigil hang their multi-level scale model of Hollywood to a tree in the main commons area at College of the Canyons on Wednesday.
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College of the Canyons architecture students were part of a week-long tree-platform project where 10 teams design, built and attached a scale model community to a tree using a non-invasive method for support.

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