The house design you have been dreaming forever!
As kids, most of us have dreamed of having one of the Tree Houses your about to see as a safe haven – a secret place where we could establish a top-secret clubhouse away from our pesky parents. That is why today, we are making your childhood dreams come true! Would you choose to spend a holiday or have a retreat up in the tree house? Let us know which design is your favorite on Instagram @lightingstores
1. Mirror Tree House- Sweden
Almost invisible and perfect for hiding, the Mirror House is part of the Tree Hotel project in the North of Sweden. As cool as it looks, we’re afraid the house may be invisible to birds. (Designed by Tham & Videgard)
2. The HemLoft Treehouse- Whistler, Canada
After retiring at the age of 26, software developer Joel Allen became a carpenter and fulfilled his dream of “building something cool”. And what’s cooler than a tree house? Kind of an understatement. He never thought this personal project would be featured in international design magazines!
3. Yellow Treehouse Restaurant
This restaurant in Auckland, New Zealand, offers you an amazing dining experience: the restaurant seems to be organically wrapped around the tree and is able to host up to 18 guests at a time. Look at the lighting design, isn’t it perfection? We love it! (Designed by Peter Eising & Lucy Gauntlett)
4. Free Spirit Sphere Treehouses- Canada
Built with vision and engineering, these handcrafted spheres are suspended like pendants from a web of rope. They occupy a truly unique place in the world and provide a habitat for the un-tamed spirit that exists in us all. If you conjugate the house with the right lighting trends, that will make a perfect look at night.
5. Treehouse for Birds and People- Japan
A modern tree house concept by Nendo offers you the possibility to peek into the private life of birds. Divided into two parts by a wall with little peek holes, it allows people to see what the birds are doing on the other side of their wall.
6. 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 Costa Rica. The whole property of the community now takes up more than 600 acres, and is all connected by suspension bridges!
7. Plane Treehouse- Costa Rica
While not entirely a treehouse, this vintage Boeing 727 was originally bought by Joanne Ussary for $2,000.00. It cost her $4,000.00 to move the plane and $24,000.00 to renovate an turn it into this Executive Suite 727 tree house. A jacuzzi in the cockpit is just one of the intriguing ideas she had for her new home decor!
8. Teahouse Tetsu- Yamanashi, Japan
Architect Terunobu Fujimori‘s treehouse combines both minimalism and fantasy. While the interior design is simple and modern, the exterior looks like a page from a fairy tale.
9. UFO Treehouse- Sweden
The Swedish Tree Hotel decided to go a totally different direction after building a Bird Nest tree house and built this UFO treehouse.
10. Three Story Treehouse- British Columbia, Canada
Last but not least on our top 10, is Three Story Treehouse. Why have a single-story tree house, if you can have three? This one is said to be the tallest tree house in British Columbia, Canada. You can find it somewhere near Revelstoke.
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