This cute tree house is set among the trees of the west coast rainforest of Vancouver Island in Canada. This handcrafted sphere is suspended like a pendant from a web of rope.
We have a fascination for all things treehouses here at Bellissima. And I thought it was about time for another installment of these wonders! See some of the other amazing ones here and here that we featured earlier on.
Located in Okinawa, Japan, this cool tree house by Kobayashi Takashi was constructed with the purpose of communicating with outer space. The interior, as well as exterior are definitely out of this world!
Posing as a Japanese lantern on stilts, this beautiful tree house by Lukasz Kos is located within the trees of Lake Muskoka in Canada.
This playful tree house is located in the World of Living park near Strasbourg, Germany. The treehouse cabin is propped up by seven asymmetric larch-supports. What a place to spend some reading time, or a day of relaxation!
These tree houses are located in Washington state, and are actually hotels!
This cute animated tree house is The Naha Harbor Diner in Okinawa, Japan. The tree house lies at the very top of a huge Gajumaru tree about 20 feet above the ground. Sadly, that is not a real Gajumaru tree, – it is actually concrete!
This enlightening creative restaurant is located in Auckland, New Zealand, designed by Peter Eising and Lucy Gauntlet.
This treehouse is up in the great heights in Hokkaido, Japan. A place to get in touch with your inner nature, or to wait for Tarzan and Jane to arrive!
Made by the TreeHouse Co, in Scotland, this tree house is a 45-foot spire with cedar shingles, a copper turret, a side deck and two staircases with multilevel verandas.