tree house hideaway – modern multilevel cube house

February 6, 2009 § Leave a comment

perfectly integrated into the landscape: tree house hideaway

This place that tries to fit perfectly in the nature, thriving not to disturb but to cmplement is a perfect example of what my blog name means, something that holds and that is held…holds our lifes at home, holds our high-tech gadgets and our modern, hopefully green furniture… everything that gets improved all the time in terms of usability, ergonomics, design and technology.

This house in a tree with an almost inexistant presence footprint is designed by tham & videgard hansson arkitekts and I find it incredible. Living in the nature and disrupting all little as possible, leaving almost no trace makes you feel like under Harry Potter’s cloak. Makes you a silent withness to the wonders, tranquility and greatness of the nature. Makes you feel small and protective, sensing its vulnerability and getting conscious of your role.

Here’s another render of this concept:

Tree house hideaway designed by tham & videgard hansson arkitekts

As interiors, the cube design incorporates a kitchen, sleeping area, living area and a terrace. There are a few more sketches on tham & videgard hansson arkitekts site. Check it out.

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