This quirky hotel provides its visitors with a unique experience: the room is pierced by the trunk of a tree in the middle of a forest and the outside walls are made of reflective glass, causing it to blend in with its surroundings.
Builder and woodworker Michael Garnier has helped pioneer the craft of modern treehouse construction in the US.
When Garnier, who owns a treehouse resort with 9 elevated dwellings in rural Oregon, decided to build his own home, it had to also be nestled in the branches.
While his B&B cabins in the air are closer to 100 square feet, for his own home he decided to go big and built is 1,800 square foot treehouse on three floors supported by seven trees!
Andreas Wenning, principal of Bremen-based studio Baumraum has sent us photos of the King of the Frogs Treehouse project.
This beautiful 92 square foot contemporary treehouse and its almost 100 square foot terrace are located in a small private backyard in Münster, a city in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.
Just like Solling Treehouse, King of the Frogs is not a true treehouse as it doesn’t rely on living trees for its structural support, but it is also a dream come true for its lucky owners!
Andreas Wenning, principal of Bremen-based studio Baumraum has sent us photos of the Treehouse Solling project.
This amazing two-story contemporary treehouse and its 280 square foot main terrace are located in Uslar, a town in Lower Saxony state, Germany.
Though Solling is not a true treehouse as it doesn’t rely on living trees for its structural support, it is really a dream come true for its lucky owner!