Danish architect Sigurd Larsen has just unveiled a beautiful, angular treehouse tucked deep into a picturesque Danish forest. Built for the Løvtag hotel group, the tiny treehouse, which is just 333 square feet, is elevated 26 feet in the air and is accessible by a wooden bridge that leads directly into a stunning, luxurious interior.

star-shaped treehouse in a forest

The treehouse cabin is the first of nine to be built in a quaint, remote forest on the Als Odde peninsula. The idyllic location offers guests the opportunity to explore Denmark’s longest fjord, the Mariager, which is adjacent to the site.

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star-shaped treehouse in a forest

gray sofa near a tree trunk inside a cabin

Elevated 26 feet off the landscape, the cabins will provide stunning views of the natural surroundings. The studio said, “The cabins are located on a small hilltop overlooking a meadow, which gives a wonderful view over the top of the forest and lets the sunshine in during the afternoon.”

tree trunk growing through center of a cabin

bed beside tree trunk growing through a cabin

The entrance is reachable by a wooden bridge that leads up from the forest floor. Clad in light wood and dark metal sidings, the treehouse hotel was built around an existing pine tree, which rises straight through the cabin’s interior and roof.

treehouse with double bed and large glass walls

bed beside glass wall with forest views

Designed to be an expression of “Nordic minimalism,” the cabins are compact but use every inch of space to create a light-filled, luxurious atmosphere. The interior includes a kitchen, bedroom, bathroom with a cantilevered shower room and main living area. Each treehouse can accommodate up to four people thanks to a double bed and a double sofa bed.

open-air deck with tree growing out of it

star-shaped treehouse in a forest

The interior features a floor-to-ceiling window to let in natural light and provide unobstructed views of the surroundings from morning to night. For a comfortable space where guests can really take in the views, the cabins have rooftop terraces with plenty of seating.

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+ Løvtag Cabins

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Photography by Soeren-Larsen via Sigurd Larsen