Antony Gibbon has become known for geometric, stealth-like dwellings and his Helix Treehouse is no exception. The timber concept is nestled among the trees similar to a towering trunk. Its wooden slat facade blends in with its surroundings while its base is rooted in the forest floor. Unlike its neighbors, the Helix twists up from the ground like its namesake. Inside, a spiral staircase leads to the two-story interior. Perched in the canopies, the living spaces are afforded expansive views of the landscape through a full-height wall of glazing.
Photos: Antony Gibbon Designs