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Baumraum is a German design studio which creates unusual and original treehouses. Such houses promise us a spirit of adventure, a tranquil retreat and a romantic hideaway close to nature. They are installed up among the trees, bringing back childhood memories, and with them the desire to climb up and enter a magic world amongst the foliage. King of the Frogs is a small refuge located in private garden in Münster. The exterior is clad in zinc-sheet and lamellas of tatajuba-wood underneath. Walls, floor and furniture made of white-glazed ash underline the bright and minimalistic character of the interior. This treehouse is also equipped with terrace for comfortable rest outside and large windows to overview the surrounding nature.
This house, like a spreading tree, located in the Australian state of Victoria and was designed by Jackson Clements Burrows. It is not difficult to guess that the creators of Treehouse were inspired by nature. The residence is situated on a sloping site near the coast and offers beautiful panoramic views of the countryside. It seems that large balcony can topple the structure from its roots on the rocky hillside, but its impossible. The building has an extremely robust construction and reliable foundation. From the outside house seems to be very compact and dont have large internal spaces, but it is another illusion. There are 3 bedrooms, spacious living room with kitchen and dining room and even a mini solarium inside.
It took 7 years for this project to come to reality and it’s easy to understand why. This is probably the most unusual house that we reviewed so far. There are only few straight lines in it’s design. Dominating curves harmonize the house with the surrounding nature and some elements of steampunk make it look exotic and mysterious. The round hallway to the cylindrical lounge is in the focal point of the interior. Large panoramic windows let in the calmness of Portland forests making the house a perfect place to escape from the city bustle.