15 Most Beautiful Treehouses In The World


Treehouses are currently a trend that shows no sign of declining. Numerous people are looking for ways to relax outside their own homes. They are achieving this by building a large or a small treehouse. This type of a house adds beauty to your home. You can spend time with your friends and family inside it.

Elliptical Treehouse Djuren by Baumraum

One of the commonest designs is the Baumraum treehouse. This is the most beautiful structure you have ever seen. Its craftsmanship is a combination of modern perspectives and classic concepts.

The reason why you would rather have these spherical shaped structures is their portability. Today you can hang Baumraum on buildings and tomorrow on trees. You can take them wherever you please. They are anchored in place by the use of ropes and webbed materials. You could have several spheres constructed. Perhaps you think that the structures are fragile. You will be glad to know that every sphere is waterproof and it can withstand impact. On the inner side, you will find a laminated wood frame and clear fiberglass on the outer side. The best thing is that you can have it personalized to suit your tastes and preferences.

Elliptical Treehouse Djuren by Baumraum

Free Spirit Spheres

Each sphere is suspended between three trees, using a system of ropes and cables. Inside there is a small area where you can enjoy your dinner and a single bed. Enough room for one person or a very small couple. The spheres come with built-in speakers to enjoy your music.

Free Spirit Spheres

Hemloft

Hemloft is a secret little treehouse hiding in the woods of Whistler, British Columbia, Canada. The Hemloft was designed and built by Joel Allen who quit his job as a computer programmer to become a carpenter.

Hemloft

Cocoa Pod-Shaped Treehouse

Designed and built by Basa Architects, this fabulous cocoa treehouse resides on a secluded Panama island, which is accessible only by boat.

Cocoa Pod-Shaped Treehouse

Origin Treehouse

About ten meters from the ground rises an extraordinary treehouse, a modern cocoon perched on a century-old oak tree. “Origin” is a cabin with a minimalist design that uses and pays homage to the surrounding landscape. This ingenious 23 m2 structure offers comfort worthy of an urban palace with a 360 ° terrace and a spa.

Origin Treehouse

The Cinder Cone Treehouse

This treehouse is located in Skamania, Washington State and it was built in 2014 by writer and photographer Foster Huntingdon. And that was how the author of the book “Home is where you park it“, after traveling for three years, decided to look at the world from the top-down, that is, from his own treehouse: a double platform full of comfort and with an extra jewel that is the skate park.

Both houses have wood-burning ovens, which allows Huntington to sleep there even on the cold and stormy winter nights of the northwest. Large windows open and offer direct views of the trees.
Huntingdon’s house was built with the help of friends. There are actually two spaces, covering an area of ​​20 square meters, positioned in two pines and connected by a walkway. One is Huntingdon’s nest, the other is for guests.

The Cinder Cone Treehouse

Cylindrical Bamboo Treehouse

The coastal city of Acapulco, in Mexico, hosts a sustainable resort in which a cylindrical treehouse is its protagonist. The Playa Viva eco-resort has houses built with local materials, with bamboo as its main element and with unbeatable views of the Pacific Ocean.

The treehouse is about 700m2 and is provided with electricity and hot water, which it acquires thanks to solar energy. It consists of two levels: on the first, there is the bathroom hidden under bamboo screens, with a sink and a shower made of pieces of pebbles, both carved by hand. Part of its roof is uncovered allowing natural light to pass through.

King Of Frogs Treehouse

The “King of Frogs” treehouse project is a compact tree house (92 square meters) that offers a tiny escape castle with enough space to rest and daydream. Although technically not a treehouse as it does not rely on trees for structural support, it was designed by Bremen’s Baumraum studio, a studio known for its designs, unique and unusual tree houses.

King Of Frogs Treehouse

Paarman Treehouse

Take a trip to the other hemisphere to hide in a futuristic treehouse. It happens in Cape Town, South Africa, where the architect Malan Vorster has created the new Paarman Tree House, a monolith supported by steel pillars in the midst of vegetation. The house is supported by four cylindrical towers made of glass and steel and wrapped in a red cedar casing.

The interiors are organized according to a square plan, hinged on the four structural columns that evoke the image of the tree: a cylinder is placed in each of the four corners of the house.

Paarman Treehouse

Treehouse M

A treehouse that has been successful in China. Called M, due to the inverted roof in the shape of the letter M, the property was developed by Studio LanD and seems to be a perfect place for a romantic stay. Amid the Mount Qiyun national park, the intimate space was designed to receive couples.

Treehouse M

The Tree Hotel in Northern Sweden

If you always wanted to have a treehouse, you can fulfill part of this wish. And with great style. Hotel in Sweden offers six unique suites and peace amidst the trees of the boreal forest. Conceived by the most famous architects in Sweden (Kent Lindvall and his wife Britta), the nature that is part of the scene is maintained and respected in all aspects of the project. The work did not use any nails and did not cut down any trees. The hotel has only six suites, each signed by an architectural firm.

The Tree Hotel

Pinecone-Shaped Treehouse

In Ugovizza among the pristine woods of the Julian Alps (Friuli Venezia Giulia), you can relax above 10 meters high looking at the stars, in a spectacular pine cone-shaped treehouse. The project, which is called Pigna, was carried out in Ugovizza, in the Julian Alps. Two design tree-houses with a rounded shape, inspired by that of a pine cone.

The two treehouses are suspended from the ground thanks to the support of the trees and a load-bearing structure, that welcomes you on three levels. On the first floor, which is about 2.5 meters above the ground, you can admire the surrounding landscape at 360 °: meadows, woods, and snow-capped peaks.

Going up to the second level you arrive in the small living room, with kitchen, bathroom, and sitting area. Here you will be surprised by the breathtaking view of the surrounding nature, through the large sliding glass door.

Going up the stairs you will find yourself in the sleeping area at 10 meters high. Here the floor is circular and in the room is a double bed, the roof offers an unforgettable night under the stars, overlooking the sky of the Alps.

Pinecone-Shaped Treehouse

Teahouse Tetsu

Architect Terunobu Fujimori combines minimalism and fantasy. While the interior is simple and modern, the exterior looks like a page from a fairy tale. In Modern Japanese architecture, he is one of the leaders, Terunobu Fujimori was once called the only “surreal architect” in the world. This piece of art is located in the Japanese city of Yamanashi inside the museum of Kiyoharu Shirakawa.

Teahouse Tetsu

Treehouse People

Designer Takashi Kobayashi heads up a collective called Treehouse People and has built over 120 treehouses in Japan, including this one. The box-like structure features wavy planks of recycled wood as shingles on the exterior to achieve its unique look.

Treehouse People

Keemala, Thailand

Keemala is located on the jungle hilltops of Kamala, Phuket. This luxury resort has 38 pool villas with 4 different unique style designs to choose from. The villas vary from one to two bedrooms, single stories and also duplex.The architecture is a stark contrast to most hotel accommodations. Keemala’s fantastic cottages, tree houses, and pool villas are designed around the unique topographical conditions. 

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