ORIGIN tree house rests on a hundred year oak in a French forest. The tree house was designed to be functional, and as comfortable as a hotel room. Inspired by the shape of a nest, the tree house has been designed by Atelier LAVIT.
California based artist Jayson Fann creates tree houses like they have been made for ages by creatures who live in them. Fann uses sustainably harvested wood found locally to create tree houses that mimic the form and style of bird nests; the “tree houses” that really do belong on trees. Quite a few precautions are taken to keep the tree houses safe, including making them relatively fire safe, and including hidden structures to support the weight.
This is one bright and shiny treehouse you’d spot from a long distance and pick up speed to reach there as fast as you can. The pod shaped tree house was designed by architects Peter Eising and Lucy Gauntlett. It is located near Auckland, New Zealand.
For once, there is something that actually lives up to its name. The Fantasy Tree House really is one fantastic tree house. It looks like it is a part of some fictional dream world sort of thing, but it is very real, and visitors to the Enchanted Forest theme park in British Colombia are most likely enchanted with the tree house.