10 Modern Treehouses We’d Love to Have in Our Own Backyard
Does that childhood feeling of running away to live in a treehouse ever really leave us? We think not, so we scoped out 10 really cool treehouse we’d love to retreat to when we need a little calm. Read more: http://design-milk.com/10-modern-treehouses-wed-love-to-have-in-our-own-backyard/
- •The HemLoft is a private, egg-shaped hideaway built within the trees in Whistler, Canada.
- •RPA’s Treehouse sits on a steep ridge in Los Angeles’ Nichols Canyon and is used as an office/studio and getaway, complete with a unique butterfly roofline.
- •The Tree Snake Houses were designed by Luís Rebelo de Andrade and Tiago Rebelo de Andrade in Portugal to resemble a snake sliding through the trees in a forest.
- •Nozomi Nakabayashi designed this Hut on Stilts high off the ground amongst the trees to be used as a sleeping getaway or a writer’s office.
- •Snøhetta is responsible for the jaw-dropping Treehotel, located in a forest in Northern Sweden. Their latest elevated cabin is called The 7th Room and it’s a two-bedroom space nestled amongst the trees.
- •In Calistoga, California, O2 Treehouse designed this two-story treehouse for overnight guests and play.
- •Takashi Kobayashi has built over 120 treehouses in Japan, including this box-like structure, which features wavy planks of recycled wood as shingles on the exterior to achieve its unique look.
- •In a suburb of Cape Town, Malan Vorster Architecture Interior Design designed this unusual, cabin-like treehouse in a clearing amongst a bunch of trees.
- •Villa Ardilla is an artist residence on a hillside in Granada, Spain, that's a tree-surrounded retreat that ditches typical wood as its main material and instead uses corrugated metal that’s painted red and green.
- •Perched 11 meters off the ground, this treehouse by Andreas Wenning of German firm baumraum is a getaway for the owners whose main house is on the property.