by admin on May 18, 2011
“Why not create a comfortable, well designed hotel which allows visitors to live in harmony with nature amongst the trees?” This is the philosophy of the designers and architects behind Treehotel. Located in the remote wilderness of Harads, Sweden, 7 unique tree-house rooms offer guests a unique experience.
The Mirrorcube which opened in June 2010 is one of the first and most popular room at Treehotel. Its exterior walls are made entirely of mirrored glass (covered with an infrared film that is only visible to birds). Designed by Tham and Videgard Arkitekter, the end result is a harmonious shelter which blends into its surroundings. Currently at about 4200 Swedish Krona (about $660) per night, guests can enjoy silent nature walks, live within ultra modern architecture, and experience an unparalleled form of tourism. The ultimate goal of Treehotel developers is to make available, 24 entirely distinct rooms within the next 5 years.
Blue Cone Tree Room- Exterior and Interior
The UFO room
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