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Gibbon’s new shelter consists of two identical gable-roofed cabins connected by a central volume. This in-between space, where the entrance is located, features floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors. The transparency of its skin lets the sun in while also providing cross ventilation.

Related: Antony Gibbon’s Inhabit Treehouse Lets You Sleep High Up in the Trees

The space on one side is designed to accommodate a double bedroom and bathroom; the space on the opposite side is planned as a lounge area or as an extra sleeping room. Gibbon told Inhabitat that the original Inhabit Tree House is almost complete in New York. We can’t wait to see the outcome.

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Photos by Antony Gibbon