Milan-based Peter Pichler Architecture recently published a concept for a set of treehouses that blend into the Italian forest. Nestled between the fir and larch trees of the Dolomite mountains, each cabin looks like a prism that opens up to the landscape. The project was conceived as an extension of an existing hotel, with these new treehouses giving guests the opportunity to immerse themselves in the environment.
A family tree is a fascinating way to trace your ancestry.
If you've ever dreamed of cuddling up in a contemporary treehouse, the 7th Room Treehotel may be your new favorite getaway.
Standing in a scenic lavender field in Arlena di Castro, Italy is Suite Bleue, a picturesque tree house getaway that looks like something out of a childhood fantasy. The unique accommodation is situated eight meters (26 feet) above the ground and surrounded by nearly 30 acres of the beautiful purple plant. From July 25 to August 10 of each year, guests can witness its cutting and harvesting.