Almost invisible tree house in Sweden

This is one of six units in a “Treehotel,” which recently opened 40 miles south of the Arctic Circle in Sweden by Tham & Videgard. The four-meter glass cube looks as spectacular in reality as it did in the rendering. Kent Lindvall, co-owner of the TreeHotel, has been quoted as saying: “Everything will reflect in this — the trees, the birds, the clouds, the sun, everything. So it should be invisible nearly in the forest.” The units are constructed from sustainably harvested wood and have electric radiant floor heating and “a state-of-the-art, eco-friendly, incineration toilet”. (Photo courtesy of Tham & Videgard)

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