The architectural firm Baumraum has designed and built the Treehouse Djuren, consisting of a series of wood bubbles mounted around oak trees in a north of Germany forest. These little tree houses are the perfect place for a solitary retreat, where minimalism and comfort go hand in hand. Each of these houses resembles the shape of an egg, and in each side has a circular window, along with a bright white facade. On the outside, these mini-houses have paneling with zinc and are supported by four metal stilts. The appearance of these bubbles provide security firmness and warmth.
Source and images: Baumraus via Mymodernmet.