Remember, when we were discussing the Maldives treehouse inspired by the shape of a Manta-Ray. In that article, we discussed how man has incorporated various techniques used by animals for building homes, and the Swedish treehouse hotel room located in the middle of the Lapland forest in Sweden is another perfect example of it.
Designed by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), the treehouse hotel room seems to float in mid-air and is surrounded by approximately 340 bird houses. Dubbed Biosphere, the structure lies among the trees of the Harads forest and looks like a spherical cabin. Focusing on sustainability and boosting natural tourism, Biosphere is made with an aim to decrease the downward spiral of the bird population in the Swedish woods.
It is a part of Treehotel in Sweden that comprises seven architect-designed treetop hotel rooms, with Biosphere being the eighth on the list. Spread over 34-square-meter, the treehouse room was in limelight for years, but it is now officially available for spending a night or two with the company of birds.
Accessed via a suspended bridge that slopes from the ground to the room, the treehouse has a king-size bed to sleep two persons. In addition, there is a shower, mini-bar, sauna, incinerating toilet, sustainable water system, and a few other amenities onboard to make your stay grand and luxurious. The best part is the roof terrace that offers 360-degree panoramic views. Inspired by the surrounding landscape, the treehouse room features rich dark interiors achieved with organic materials.
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When we first brought the Biosphere to your memory, we told you that the idea behind making such a unique façade is to attract birdlife and create an interactive experience for guests, along the way helping in the conservation of local bird population. Given that, if you wish to spend a night in the Biosphere, it would cost you (SEK12,000 per night) that is $1,180 approx depending on the availability of the booking.