Woodnest Treehouses in Norway by Architects Helen&Hard

woodnest treehouses

Completed this year, Woodnest in Norway is a family run business offering two stunning treehouses in which you can get away from the concrete jungle. The timber structures, by architects Helen&Hard, are nicely designed, wood-clad treehouses nestled in the woods of Odda, Norway that look out over the magnificent Hardanger fjord. Read more

Cabin In The Sky Was Created For Birdwatching And Writing.

Standing 25 feet above the ground, this steel framed cabin combines the look of a treehouse with the cozy wood-clad interior of a modern home and is a the perfect perch for birdwatching and a private sanctuary for writing, which is exactly what the clients wanted. Read more

The Garden’s Jewel: A Sculpturally Embellished Tree House

The Garden’s Jewel is an organically shaped pod nestled in the heart of a tree that provides a small but sophisticated sanctuary and is embellished with welded steel ornaments. Read more

The Sustainability Treehouse by Mithun Is 5 Stories of Engaging Education

The Sustainability Treehouse by Mithun architects for The Boy Scouts of America is a five story, 5,805 square foot structure that stands 125 feet high on a 10,000-acre reserve. Read more

Like a Tree House For Jesus, A Chapel On Stilts.

Residencial Capela Joá

The Residencial Capela Joá by Bernardes Arquitetura appears like a religious tree house. Built on stilts and suspended above the affluent Joá neighborhood of Rio de Janeiro, the chapel’s rectangular glass structure emanates a mystical orange glow from between the branches of its tropical surroundings. Read more

The World’s Coolest Man Cave. And It’s A Treehouse.

Man Cave Treehouse

Along with many other design fetishes (swimming pools, aquariums and miniatures to name a few), I have a thing for treehouses. And this astonishing treehouse created as an arboreal Man Cave in Malikoff, Texas by Pete Nelson and his crew will have any man (or woman) drooling with envy. Read more