Hi, friends, welcome our 15 of the Most Amazing Treehouses around the World. I am sure, like kids, most of us have dreamed of having a cool tree house as a safe haven or as a secret place where we can do anything or top-secret clubhouse away from our pesky parents.
As much of a childhood idea as it is, some never give it up and promise himself to try to make their very own adult treehouses. People who live near trees are recognized to have better physical and mental health, and you know, trees are an essential part of our climate change. The first real architectural motivation is to want a nest among the trees. Some cultures, like New Guinea’s Korowai people, live only in treehouses. It’s not a dream them, but living tree house is ideal for them!
- 1 15 Epic Treehouse around the world
- 1.1 Three Story Treehouse
- 1.2 Mirror Treehouse (Sweden)
- 1.3 The Bird’s Nest Treehouse (Sweden)
- 1.4 The HemLoft Treehouse (Whistler, Canada)
- 1.5 Treehouse in Muskoka (Ontario, Canada)
- 1.6 Nanshan Treehouse Resort
- 1.7 Teahouse Tetsu (Yamanashi, Japan)
- 1.8 Soneva Kiri Treepod
- 1.9 Minister’s Treehouse (Crossville, Tennessee, USA)
- 1.10 Inhabit Treehouse
- 1.11 Yellow Treehouse Restaurant
- 1.12 Free Spirit Sphere Treehouses (Canada)
- 1.13 Treehouse by Takashi Kobayashi (Japan)
- 1.14 Eco-friendly Finca Bellavista Treehouse (Costa Rica)
- 1.15 UFO Treehouse (Sweden)
- 1.16 Related
15 Epic Treehouse around the world
In today’s world, people love to make creative treehouses to spend some quality time or who seek to realize some of their greatest childhood dreams. For those, we have made a list of the coolest treehouses in the world.
Three Story Treehouse
The Three Story Treehouse is said to be the tallest tree house in British Columbia, Canada. This one is a fascination in British Columbia’s Enchanted Forest Theme Park. It includes fairy-tale characters and nature walks and it encompasses over 40 acres of forested land.
Mirror Treehouse (Sweden)
Mirror Tree House is the almost invisible treehouse to be built in Sweden by Tham & Videgard. This amazing Mirror House is part of the Tree Hotel project in the North of Sweden, has six absolutely incredible treehouse rooms. Kent Lindvall, co-owner of the Tree hotel, says: “Everything will reflect in this – the trees, the birds, the clouds, the sun, everything. So it should be invisible nearly in the forest.”
The Bird’s Nest Treehouse (Sweden)
The Bird’s Nest Treehouse is another way of making oneself invisible. This tree house, by the creators of the Tree Hotel, might confuse the birds even more. The approach taken by Bertil Harström of Inredningsgruppen; He covers his suite in sticks and makes it like a birds nest.
The HemLoft Treehouse (Whistler, Canada)
The HemLoft is a secret treehouse that was built on crown land in Whistler, Canada. After reserved at the age of 26, software developer Joel Allen became a carpenter and completed his dream of “building something cool”. Old Man John would inspire Joel to pursue his passion for carpentry. He never thought this treehouse would be featured in international design magazines!
Treehouse in Muskoka (Ontario, Canada)
Treehouse in Muskoka is designed by Lukasz Kos, 4Treehouse is built within the fir trees over Lake Muskoka in Ontario, Canada, and floats in the air like a big Japanese lantern on stilts. It has three levels which vary in transparency and 3000 sqft – 5000 sqft of multifunctional living space.
Nanshan Treehouse Resort
On the island of Hainan in the South China Sea, the Hawaiian Treehouse Company make some pretty special treehouses and that can be house up to 16 to 20 persons in 7 separate spaces on 3 levels. Fantastic beach view and Buddhist “theme park,” with a number of pagodas and temples make it more unique.
Teahouse Tetsu (Yamanashi, Japan)
The Teahouse Tetsu is exactly what it sounds like: a teahouse in a tree. It was designed by architect Terunobu Fujimori and it combines both minimalism and imagination. The interior of this teahouse is simple and modern, while the fantastical exterior looks a page from a fairy tale.
Soneva Kiri Treepod
The Soneva Kiri Resort on Koh Kood, Thailand, famous for “tripod” dining. It could easily become one of the great ways to enjoy a romantic dinner or a long lazy lunch among the treetops. This amazing Soneva Kiri Treepod located 16 feet off the ground, the dining pod is encompassed by lush tree tops and views of the nearby sandy beaches.
Minister’s Treehouse (Crossville, Tennessee, USA)
This gorgeous and giant treehouse100-foot-tall constructed by a preacher who says that God showed him how He wanted it to look. For fourteen years, Minister Burgess has been adding to the tree house and spending only $12,000. And it was built entirely out of reclaimed wood by Horace Burgess in Crossville, Tennessee.
The Inhabit Treehouse was inspired by geometric Forms and constructed by designer Antony Gibbon. It can be accessed through a trapdoor down the house. Unlike most treehouses, Inhabit sits on stilts and isn’t actually dependent on a tree for structural support. That’s because it can be built either a forested, mountainous or even a lake setting.
Yellow Treehouse Restaurant
The Yellow Treehouse Restaurant near Auckland, New Zealand, offers you an amazing dining experience. It was built around 40 meters above the ground with the redwood tree and designed by Peter Eising & Lucy Gauntlett. It doesn’t serve as a regular restaurant, it’s only open for special events.
Free Spirit Sphere Treehouses (Canada)
Built with vision and engineering, these handcrafted spheres are suspended from webs of rope, the spherical hotel rooms are accessible through spiral staircases and small suspension bridges. They occupy a truly unique place in the world and give a residency for the untamed spirit that exists in us all. Attractively crafted, the joinery is yacht-style with brass trim, varnished wood and cane doors, make this treehouse more unique.
Treehouse by Takashi Kobayashi (Japan)
This fantastical treehouse in Beach Rock Village in Okinawa, Japan, was built by Kobayashi Takashi. Takashi Kobayashi is the self-taught Japanese designer and these Treehouse People seek to “break down the feeling of separation that exists between humans and nature.”
Eco-friendly Finca Bellavista Treehouse (Costa Rica)
This tree house is a part of the self-sustainable and eco-friendly Finca Bellavista treehouse community in the south Pacific coastal region of Costa Rica’s rainforest canopies. It’s quite possibly the coolest place on earth. Explore the rainforest and enjoy a treetop ‘Pura Vida’. The whole property of the community now takes up more than 600 acres, and is all linked by parallax bridges!
UFO Treehouse (Sweden)
The second-to-none Treehotel in Harads, Sweden, a completely alien metal construction that rises 6m off the floor, from the bizarre, alien-themed UFO room and that appears to hover above the ground. It takes your weirdest ideas about treehouses and runs with them.
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