Snøhetta’s Swedish Treetop Cabin

Looking up, the first thing you notice when seeing the 33-foot tall lodge, The seventh Room, is its base, an aluminum covering including high contrast pictures of the pine trees that encompass the structure. Utilized as cover, this outside board drenches the treetop lodge into its surroundings, obscuring the limits between the building and woodland. Composed by design firm Snøhetta, the structure is additionally planned to convey guests nearer to nature, worked with a suspended net at its inside, and a few story to-roof windows that take into account various perspectives of the Aurora Borealis overhead.

The seventh Room is one of seven lodges accessible through northern Sweden’s Treehotel. You can see the other six lodges that form the option inn, similar to The Mirror Cube, on their site. (via of Colossal)

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