Dreamlike Prism Treehouses Nestled In A Forest Will Delight Any Nature Lover
By Izza Sofia, 12 Mar 2019
Milan-based architecture firm Peter Pichler Architecture has designed a fairytale-like concept that involves treehouses nestled in the Italian forest.
Sitting among the trees in the Dolomite mountains, each house looks like a prism, and boasts a stunning view of the forest.
The treehouses were as an extension of an existing hotel, and were intended to provide guests the opportunity to experience living in nature. The architecture studio, which is known for placing the environment first, used sustainable materials, such as natural wood, to create the housing interior.
The living space is divided into two levels: the upper area for sleeping while the lower level is for lounging.
Each treehouse comes with a black timber exterior, blending the houses into their surroundings. The design expressed the studio’s ethos—creating contemporary architecture in a sustainable manner.
The completion date of this project is still unknown.
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