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Treehotel, Sweden

be at one with the environment, and breathtaking design...

Treehotel, Sweden

A lightweight aluminium 4 metre square box, clad in mirrored glass, reflecting the beauty of nature and staking a serious claim to be the most staggeringly unique hotel room we’ve ever seen...

“Why not create a comfortable, well designed hotel which allows visitors to live in harmony with nature amongst the trees?” – that was the question, posed by Treehotel owners Kent Lindvall and Britta Jonsson Lindvall, that, with a little help from some highly acclaimed designers and architects, have answered in impeccable style.

Situated in the village of Harads, approximately 60 km south of the Arctic Circle, the Treehotel is a series of breathtaking tree houses, perched high in the Boreal forest, offering visitors a once in a lifetime experience to be at one with both the immense beauty of the forest, and with the innovative designs of the houses themselves.

Perhaps the most compelling of the ‘rooms’ is Tham & Videgård Arkitekter‘s remarkable Mirrorcube, a lightweight aluminium 4 metre square box, clad in mirrored glass, reflecting the beauty of nature and staking a serious claim to be the most staggeringly unique hotel room we’ve ever seen. An evocative concept, astonishingly realised, Sweden’s Treehotel is as unique a hotel as we can remember…

Treehotel, Sweden
Treehotel, Sweden
Treehotel, Sweden
Treehotel, Sweden
Treehotel, Sweden
Treehotel, Sweden
Treehotel, Sweden
Treehotel, Sweden

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