cabinporn:

Treehouse in Brno, Czech Republic.
Contributed by Joseph Lee.

cabinporn:

Treehouse in Brno, Czech Republic.

Contributed by Joseph Lee.

posted on 14.04.18

posted on 14.04.16

awkwardsituationist:

the korowai tribe, who live in the hot and humid rain forests of #west papua, communally build homes entirely by hand, some as high as 35 meters off the ground. they are large enough house a dozen, and offer better ventilation and protection from insects and ground flooding. photos by george steinmetz. video on bbc human plane

posted on 14.01.14

futureproofdesigns:

Hunting Cabin, concept design for a hanging cabin in the remote woods of Sweden
Jägnefält Milton
2011

futureproofdesigns:

Hunting Cabin, concept design for a hanging cabin in the remote woods of Sweden

Jägnefält Milton

2011

(Source: mpdrolet)

posted on 13.11.22

subtilitas:

K2 Design - The aperture in the forest, Yonago City 2011. Photos (C) Koji Fujii.

posted on 13.07.12

posted on 13.07.11

mothernaturenetwork:

Finca Bellavista is unlike any other place on Earth. The 350-acre site on Costa Rica’s southern coast is the first modern sustainable treehouse community and is home to houses, a community center and many other buildings— all suspended in the trees. Finca Bellavista is situated among mountains, beaches and rivers so one can imagine the breathtaking views available from a Costa Rican treetop home. Every treehouse here is one-of-a-kind because each structure’s design varies based on elevations and available trees. This community is also unique because of its emphasis on sustainability. Small homes are encouraged, and all units are required to utilize rainwater collection and to be connected to the local electrical grid, which uses solar power.See more stunning treehouses from across the globe.

mothernaturenetwork:

Finca Bellavista is unlike any other place on Earth. The 350-acre site on Costa Rica’s southern coast is the first modern sustainable treehouse community and is home to houses, a community center and many other buildings— all suspended in the trees. Finca Bellavista is situated among mountains, beaches and rivers so one can imagine the breathtaking views available from a Costa Rican treetop home.
 
Every treehouse here is one-of-a-kind because each structure’s design varies based on elevations and available trees. This community is also unique because of its emphasis on sustainability. Small homes are encouraged, and all units are required to utilize rainwater collection and to be connected to the local electrical grid, which uses solar power.

See more stunning treehouses from across the globe.

posted on 13.06.19

(Source: 4lien)

posted on 13.01.31

staceythinx:

E’terra Samara is a planned eco resort designed by Farrow Partnership studio that consists of twelve treehouse villas located in Canada’s Bruce Peninsula forest. The unusual suspended design was developed to minimize its footprint on this UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. 

posted on 13.01.19

posted on 12.12.26

acidxeyedrops:

um can I live here? thanks

acidxeyedrops:

um can I live here? thanks

(Source: snugglemuffintime)

posted on 12.11.27

posted on 12.09.18

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