Tiny House Summer Camp 4

Sunday, February 6, 2011

A German Treehouse (“Das Treehaus”?)- Ultra-modern (and expensive I’m sure)

A German Treehouse (“Das Treehaus”?)- Ultra-modern (and expensive I’m sure)

If you thought you’ve outgrown your treehouse, guess again. Those who appreciate modern architecture with an unconventional twist will want to plan their next trip to North-West Germany, where you’ll find this contemporary treehouse perched between an alder and an oak in Osnabruck. Designed by architectural firm Baumraum, a company specializing in tree-top dwellings, the treehouse stands out with its curved roof and many windows. Although this modern home carries a totally sophisticated design, it still boasts those traditionally playful elements that make it a true treehouse – a rope ladder, plenty of outdoor deck space, and of course, nature-inspired interiors. Baumraum
via Inhabitat

I’ve really been on a treehouse kick lately, esp. as we might be building one collectively (attendees interest/vote pending) at our 2011 Relaxshacks.com Hands-On, Tiny Shetler/House Building Workshop- kidcedar@gmail,com for more info and to reserve one of the very few spots we have left. This event is 14 hours long- and loaded open houses of mini cabins, guest speakers and demonstators, freebies, AND MORE….
-Derek “Deek” Diedricksen

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