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Baumraum Treehouse Djuren

Treehouse Djuren provides pleasant escape to its owner in woods

There are many people who dream of building a tree house far from hectic life of cities. Germany-based architectural firm Baumraum has actually made a family’s dream come true by creating the Treehouse Djuren in middle of the woods in North Germany. The architects have created an elliptical pod in between two oak trees for a family looking for a place to escape from hustle and bustle of city life. The egg-shaped pod stands securely on four steel legs and also has two wooden decks outside its entrance, which are supported by steel cables. The lower deck is attached to a wooden staircase for climbing up into this tiny hide out in the lap of nature.

The exterior of this tree house is made of wood with zinc cladded roof and glossy white finishing on either ends of its elliptical windows to make it look attractive. Strong fencing around its wooden staircase also adds an elegant touch to its design. On its upper deck, chairs can be placed for chit chatting or simply relaxing with family in a peaceful environment.

Interior of the pod consist of two wooden sleeping benches covered with soft grey felt on top of its surface. For adding more comfort pillows and cushions are placed over these sleeping benches. One can relax on these benches while listening to chirping sound of birds and viewing the natural green forest all around.

Designers have brilliantly created this tiny pod in contrasting colors of wood and steel thus, making it an appealing shelter in middle of the forest. The tree house provides a complete 360 degree view of the surrounding forest and is a perfect hideaway for a family to spend weekends in peace.

Via: DesignBoom

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