Beetle’s Treehouse

A treehouse for an exhibition!

Beetle's House By Terunobu Fujimori.

Do you remember the architect Terunobu Fujimori and his Tetsu tea-treehouse?

He built another treehouse for the exhibition “1:1 – architects build small spaces” at the V&A Museum in London.
The treehouse sat in the medieval an renaissance room the structure is very simple, just four pillars and the the clad with black charred beams of pine, that for sure remind a the idea of the beetle.

People can enter the house thanx a small hatch in the floor, reached by a ladder. Obviously since, this is in a museum, it is not on a tree, but it could be!

Just enjoy the video below with the explanation of the making of by the architect!

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Terunobu Fujimori

More pictures in the gallery below.

Pics by Designboom

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