Posts Tagged 'architecture'
A few years ago I had written about a wonderful place with treehouses in Sexten at the foot of the Dolomites. Do you remember? If you missed it, keep on reading!
I believe that if you love tree houses, it is because somehow your inner child never left and is always present. This characteristic is in my opinion of utmost importance as an architect as well, because you can see things
I found this treehouse in the blog of the Treehouse Diaries, I’m wondering if it’s a new treehouse he built.
Sorry for the absence but I was on site building houses, though unfortunately not on the tree!
A treehouse in the middle of a jungle? This is quite common. Treehouse’s origins are actually this, a shelter on the tree -usually in the jungle- to be protect from the animals and other dangers. But this treehouse has something
A luxury Treehouse with all comforts in the Peruvian Amazon (Loreto, Iquitos) at the confluence of the Yarapa and Cumaceba rivers near the Pacaya Samiria Reserve at 50-70 feet above the ground!
Have you always dreamed of overnighting in a tree house but don’t know how to do it? where they are located? or how to find them? The classic booking platforms prioritize other accommodation solutions and it is difficult to find
Nowadays treehouses look more and more like real tree-hotels with all kinds of amenities. But have you thought about wanting to experience a night like you did when you were a kid? Up in a tree, with just your sleeping