Treehotel in Sweden offers unique hotel experience in their six elevated treerooms located amongst the pine trees, and overlooking mesmerizing Lule River. The hospitality firm has commissioned Norwegian architecture workshop Snøhetta to build a charred-timber treehouse with a patio made of net to stargaze the northern lights. Dubbed as “7th Room” it will be the tallest, largest and latest addition to the property and is expected to be completed by early 2017.
It will be suspended ten-meters above the ground in support of pine trees, so that visitors can comfortably lie down on the net and view unspoilt landscape all around. Exterior of this cabin will be made of charred timber lengths, and its woody location will make it a prime tourist attraction. It will be built by the side of the UFO-shaped treehouse and the Mirrorcube of the Treehotel.
The base of this cabin will be covered with an aluminum sheet, and photographs of treetops will be printed on it to camouflage the place just like it looked before placing the structure. After reaching under the cabin, one will be surely be excited about the suspended room.
The 7th Room will be built over a 100-square-meter space, out of which 55-square-meter is utilized as the living area. It will be spacious enough as it will be designed to accommodate five persons at a time. The interiors will be decked with two double beds, a bed sofa, lounge and a bathroom with shower. The living area will be furnished with oak wood pieces, chrome and sheepskin. The interior boasts Scandinavian wood and textile design, while its charred façade is totally different from other rooms in the Treehotel.
People fond of sleeping outdoors can take a nap on the net or get into two separate bedrooms on its sides. This suspended cabin will also feature custom lighting by Ateljé Lyktan. As one take steps through stairs to this treeroom, they will be closely gazing clouds and the skylights.
Update: The 7th Room is now available for rent for about 15,000 SEK (US$1735) through official website.