Germany-based Baumraum knows exactly how to keep imagination alive with their amazing modern treehouses - and their tiny Solling home is no exception. The sophisticated two-story dwelling stands on stilts in a lake near Uslar, Germany. The treehouse is accessible via a narrow larch deck, and it's the perfect place to watch fish, frogs and even deer.
Treehouse Solling is located beside an old forester’s house in a small valley in Lower Saxony. It stands on stilts without relying on trees for structural support, and it measures almost 400 sq ft over two levels.
The rounded treehouse was built from locally sourced larch wood, and it hosts the property’s owners, their kids and visiting friends. A tiny staircase extends from the larch wood deck to provide access to the upper volume, which offers a comfortable place to dream and gaze into the dotted sky.
Via Arch Daily
Photos by Baumraum