Inside this Apple Headquarters, you won't find any conference meetings or busy coders. Instead, there's a pirate's periscope and the perfect space to plot daring adventures and exciting exploits. Dreamed up by Anders Berensson Architects, the treetop headquarters in Sweden was built in the shape of an apple as homage to the dead tree that is its host. The treehouse was built out of interlocking plywood sheets to create the perfect escape for one lucky little client.
The treehouse sits in a garden in Limhamn, Sweden. It was built using two large plywood sheets “jigsawed into an interlocking apple shape,” and then clad with poly-carbonate sheets to fortify the treetop headquarters. According to the architect, “The interior of this stake-out is a bench, some thin plywood shelves for books and a periscope hidden inside a rotating apple twig to spy on the surrounding villa gardens.”
Anders Berensson Architects are no strangers to creative, organic spaces. They’ve also created innovative designs like the Haystack Cafe, the mind-bending Chop Stick swing set and the idyllic Guest Harbor House. We’d happily swap out our smartphone for a chance to play in this Apple Headquarters.