Tree House

Das Grüne Wiek designBaumhausdorf Beckerwitz in Wismar, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (Deutschland)



These incredible looking tree houses are called ‘Free Spirit Spheres’ and are designed by Tom Chudleigh, and is an eco-friendly living quarter that was created to co-exist unobtrusively with its forest environment. Wooden spheres are built much like a cedar strip canoe or kayak, suspension points are similar to the chain plate attachments on a sailboat and the stairways hang from a tree much like a sailboats shrouds hang from the mast. on design-dautore.com



The King Of The Frogs’ Tree House by Baumraum
The King Of The Frogs’ Tree House by Baumraum


Terunobu Fujimori’s stunning Tetsu Teahouse is perched in the garden of the Kiyoharu Shirakaba Museum in Yamanashi Prefecture in Japan and offers cherry blossom admirers an incomparable bird’s-eye view. Photo by Akihisa Masuda



Antony Gibbon has designed a treehouse that looks like the elves’ forest home taken right out of the Lord of the Rings movie. Called ‘Roost Treehouse’, the concept treetop dwelling is made up of a series of pod-like capsules harnessed to tree trunks. Each capsule has sleeping quarters, and a spiral staircase that leads up to an outdoor viewing platform, which connects to adjoining pods. Only one of the pods has a staircase that runs to the ground. Designed to mimic organic forms found in nature, Roost aims to blend in and camouflage itself with the rest of the forest.
 

Edouard Francois resort dwellings in Senegal

The Jungle House is a most luxurious version of the treehouse. It has brilliant white, organically shaped #architecture and an extremely comfortable interior. design by Andreas Wenning for Baumraum



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