Treehouses are associated with recreation and break from common architectural structures including commercial and private spaces. During past decade, architects and enthusiastic carpenters have created a variety of treehouses; some of them are so amazing that they will leave people expecting a simple cubical resting on tree top in a complete state of awe. We have listed 10 such amazing treehouses for you. Take a look.
Part of the Treehotel project in the North of Sweden, the Mirror House is almost invisible, sort of camouflaged and isolated in the middle of woods.
The Bird’s Nest
The Bird’s Nest treehouse is built in Sweden by the Treehotel. At first sight, no one can tell this treehouse is loaded with modern and high-standard room behind this stash of dry branches making it look like a giant nest.
HemLoft is located in Muskoka, Ontario, Canada and its creator is somewhat special. Joel Allen, a 26-year-old software developer decided to retire from his professional life to become a carpenter and create something cool and unique. Looking at his creation, it seems he made the right decision by quitting his job.
Built by Horace Burgess, this one is hailed as the world’s tallest treehouse in Crossville, Tennessee with 100-foot height, and the entire structure is made from reclaimed wood.
Free Spirit Sphere
This treehouse is completely handcrafted in a shape of sphere and is suspended like a pendant from a web of ropes.
Part of Finca Bellavista treehouse community in Costa Rica, the treehouse is a part of the self-sustainable and green project in the country, The entire community takes up an area of over 600 acres in the dense forests of central America. The treehouse is located amidst dense trees that brings its guests a bit closer to the mother nature.
An excellent blend of minimalism and fantasy, the Teahouse Tetsu in Yamanashi, Japan is built by architect Terunobu Fujimori. What makes it a dream treehouse is its surroundings, cherry blossoms all around, to make it look like home of fairies.
Yellow Treehouse Restaurant
The treehouse is one of those amazing dining experiences that one can never afford to forget. Designed by Peter Eising & Lucy Gaunlett, this lovely restaurant is located in Auckland, New Zealand and can accommodate up to 18 guests at a time.
Takasugi-an means ‘a tea house too high,’ and it is indeed high. Created by Terunobu Fujimori, the treehouse is located in Chino, Nagano Prefecture, Japan, atop three chestnut trees.
It was built in 2007 by Sean Orlando with the help of over 60 artists from San Francisco. The house is 40-foot-tall structure that is made from steel, recycled wood and clockwork components.