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.
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.
Photos by Antony Gibbon