Baumraum’s Tiny Tree Cubes are Colorful Retreats Set High in the Treetops

by , 03/29/14

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The Baumquadrat (Tree Cube) is a small room in the trees that can be used for relaxing, sleeping and playing. Depending on the size and stability of the trees in your backyard, the structure can stand on stilts or be suspended in the trees. The cube measures 2.30 x 2.50 x 2.50 meters with 80mm thick walls, and the interior and exterior façade is paneled with larch wood.

Related: BAUMRAUM: Stunning Treehouse Designs from Germany

Baumraum recommends that the Baumquadrat be installed about 3 meters above ground, and it can be assembled out of several modules. The ladder rails are made of galvanized steel with larch rungs, while the roof is topped with sheet metal.

Related: Baumraum Breaks Ground on Its Awesome Schrems Treehouse Resort in Lower Austria

Thanks to its high level of insulation and strong structure, the treehouse can be used throughout the year regardless of the weather. It’s the perfect place for afternoon siestas during the summer or a cozying up in the winter.

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  1. bamboojo March 28, 2014 at 8:38 am

    a techy version of the hooch, the premier single point foundation treehouse.

  2. David Tomkinson March 27, 2014 at 9:36 pm

    Aren’t tree houses suppose to be supported by trees? These are just boxes supported next to the trees. They are ugly.

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