What is it about tree houses that we love so much? Their playfulness? Escapism they offer? Or the platforms they provide into nature? When I was a kid, the most exciting thing I can imganine is to live at a treehouse in forest. However, treehouse isn’t only associated with one’s childhood. In these days, more and more adults are seeking the peace and playfulness a treehouse can provide. Hence, we can find more and more interesting and amazing treehouse built around the world. Take a look at the 11 amazing treehouses we collected around the world and let us know which one is your favorite.
The collection named SIMPLICITY was born from the collaboration between Carlo Santambrogio and the designer Ennio Arosio with the aim of giving “transparent” shape to a precise and essential way of conceiving and living the spaces. Using extra-clear glass by Saint Gobain, Carlo Santambrogio and Ennio Arosio not only create glass product such as glass kitchen, glass bathtub, glass bed and glass bookcase, they also use it as structural material to build glass ceiling, floor, wall and staircases. The result is quite stunning. The glass house bears witness to the succession of natural phenomena, responsive to their contrasts, reflecting and integrating into its transparencies. However, for me, when everything becomes transparent, it just make me scared. But I have to admit it does look cool. Maybe good for showroom or office space, but live there… no way.
Designed by “The White Room”, this unqiue house is a 65 square meter apartment for a young couple and located in the Bandra suburb of Mumbai, India. The most unusual features of this house is its vaulted design, which you can see it everywhere in the house – doors, windows, ceilings, cabinet and shelvings. Moreover, all the funitures are carefully selected with kind of curving design to match the house’s architecture style. Entering this apartment is like stepping into an organic living oasis, with plenty of space for rejuvenation. Quite unqiue and interesting design! How do you like it?
Swing house, located in Warsaw, is a beautiful house with unusual shape and flowing designed by Poland based architect Dagmara Obluska. The unusual design and interior of this Swing house were the result of the strict guidelines given by the owners. The design of elegant curing line is thoroughly used in the house: lighting, stairs, shelves, column, ceiling and window. The bright and spacious atmosphere in the living room is enhanced by the natural colors and shiny materials including mirrors, marble, granite, which reflect both the light from the large windows and artificial lighting point spread in many places. Truly unique designer house! [source]