There is a gorgeous house is located in Berlin, which is recognized as Urban Treehouse showcasing a modern design that has the possibility for long-term living. Baumraum is a firm famous for this type of elevated architecture, and they’ve created the tree houses as an experimental research project.
They are set within a community of residential buildings with bigger properties and gardens which is much different from a rural area surrounded by nature. The design proposes to add to the city’s collection of insignificant alternative constructions, all while preserving the nearly 7,000-square-foot tree population around it.
Urban Treehouse comprises two near-identical cubic units that each have 226 square feet of living space, including a kitchen and bathroom. Both hover on a 13-foot-high base and have a lower terrace that’s 8.5 feet from the ground. For one of the tree houses, the flight of stairs is supported by flexible suspensions from a near oak. The structures ingeniously conceal their utilities, supply circuit, and storage space in the bases.
Their overall load-bearing design supports and frames are made of galvanized steel sections with solid prefabricated five-layer spruce panels used in the walls, ceiling, and floor. The brightly lit, warm-wood interiors are offset by exterior aluminum composite panels. This juxtaposition makes a clean, modern feel that makes them more than just a weekend getaway.