In an endeavor to own a holiday cottage that serves as a permanent residency, an Australian couple touched base with Suzanne Hunt Architects for their dream project. Delivering flexible and client-focussed space, the design team beautifully crafted this Treehouse Margret River for the duo.
Treehouse Margret River is unlike any other treehouse in comparison. This single-level timber-framed house has a structure that is elevated in some sections on stilts. Fire-resistant wood paves the exterior with vertically laid weatherboard panels. The entry is framed with Corten steel panels for a rustic look.
Nestled in western Australia‘s bushland, this dwelling has been largely built with wood. Spacious enough with two bedroom wings- a private and a secondary wing- the house is centrally conjoined via a living hub. The living area encompasses a dining table and a cozy lounge area around a wood fire. Amid the panoramic view, the treehouse spreads over a large area offering luxury and entertainment to friends and family.
An interesting feature is the owner’s private wing that sits above the ground. It accommodates a cozy snug, a large main bedroom and an adjacent outdoor shower. Cocooned with modern amenities, this part of the house sits majestically right amidst the trees’ canopies.
Large sliding doors here save energy and provide privacy when necessary. A stylish kitchen and a lavish bathroom snuggle perfectly within the interesting house design. The treehouse’s architecture was highly challenged by the natural constraints posed by its surroundings.
Thriving upon its holistic design as a solution, the architects have braved all the extremities and dedicatedly preserved attractions in terms of flora and fauna. Treehouse Margret River is truly your off-grid companion to thrive well in all seasons. For additional information, you can head over to their official website.
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