Journey Across Continents: Discovering the Planet’s Most Remarkable and Unique Treehouses
1. Tree house on Muskoka Lake, Canada
This house was designed by architect Lukasz Kos and is located near Lake Muskoka, Ontario. It looks small from the outside, but it can actually accommodate an entire family. Although the house is shaken when the wind is strong, overall the house is still very safe. Strong steel wires ensure the stability of this tree house. This is the perfect weekend destination for the whole family, right?
2. Birdhouse, Japan
If you have ever dreamed of living among flocks of dancing and chirping birds, then this house is ideal for you. This awe-inspiring birdcage-like tree house helps humans and birds live together peacefully. The house and surrounding scenery create a unique artistic picture, attracting a lot of people’s attention.
3. Spaceship tree house, Sweden
This house looks like an alien spaceship making an emergency landing in the forest. In fact, this is one of the most innovative architectural works of our time. This particular building is part of a hotel complex in Sweden. It is an interesting destination for tourists when arriving in Sweden.
4. “Cherry Blossom House”, Japan
This beautiful tree house was designed by Terunobu Fujimori and built in a cherry blossom garden. Come in spring, sit by the window and try the best teas while enjoying this enchanting sight.
5. Eco-friendly house, Denmark
A Danish architecture student named Konrad Wojcik designed this house to change the face of the suburbs. This unique design helps the house look like it is part of the natural landscape. The house provides shade and shelter from ferocious wild animals and bad weather conditions.
6. The Seven Dwarfs’ Hut, British Columbia, Canada
This 3-hut house is one of the tallest tree houses in the world. Even though they look like the Seven Dwarfs’ homes and lack electricity, they are still a suitable place to live and are a work of art for the 21st century.
7. House of “happy memories”, Belgium
The house was designed by Benjamin Verdonck for a local design festival in Belgium, located in the backyard of a nursing home in the city of Ghent. It is designed to look like a part of nature and helps old people remember their happy childhood.
8. HemLoft Tree House, Cananda
HemLoft is a wooden tree house – a place where people can rest and relax, temporarily away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. This unique eco-friendly home is located in the northern woods of Whistler, Canada, and is perfect for an individual or a couple.