Perched in a hundred-year-old oak, the Origin Tree House is inspired by the nests of neighboring birds. The octagonal form is accessed by a rope bridge. Constructed from individual slats of wood, the exterior facade resembles the twigs and branches that make up the tiny bird shelters. The poplar-lined interior is arranged around the trunk of the tree, comprised of a sleeping area, living room, and bath. Large glazed openings frame in the surrounding forest while also opening out to a small terrace. A wooden ladder leads to a rooftop deck above the treetops offering expansive views of the landscape.
Photos: Atelier Lavit