Blue Forest's Fibonacci Tree House is inspired by the spiraling Fibonacci sequence that is found so often in nature. The UK design build firm created the lofty space with 'Big Kids' in mind, and it includes long rope bridges, tree decks and even a 23-meter-long tube slide. The curving walkways culminate in a wave-like hideaway filled with daylight that preserves an intimate connection with its surrounding environment.
Blue Forest designed and built the Fibonacci Tree House for a client in Spain who wanted to take better advantage of their woodland. The tree house and its extensive walkways sit on the edge of a garden close to the client’s outdoor cinema and bar. Access to the lofty retreat is provided via ramps and rope bridges that connect four different decks together. There are over 40 meters of bridges to play on along with a 3.5-meter-high deck with a tube slide that reaches down to the garden floor. The slide is not for the faint of heart, and it’s recommended for ages 6 and up.
At the end of the walkways is a larger deck with views of the woods, a garden and a path back to the client’s villa. The spiraling retreat is built with sustainably-harvested timber and laminated ribs are used for the framing. It’s finished with Larch boards, a handcrafted copper fascia, and rope details. Folding glass doors fill the compact space with light and creates an immediate connection with the forest outside. The interior is outfitted with bright and modern finishes along with a kitchenette with a drink fridge and wine cooler. The tree house has enough room for a bed and chairs, or it could be used as a studio.
Via Natural Homes
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