As a kid, I bet most of us had dreams of having our own little treehouses as our playground— our own secret hiding place.. Who wouldn’t, right? While browsing the internet, I came across these beautifully made treehouses…. Here’s a look at 22 of the stunningly amazing treehouses from all over the world!
Suite Bleue in La Piantala, Arlena Di Castro, Italy
A grand and majestic tree house located in Italy, particularly in the Northern Lazio region.
Whoa, look what we have here!
This extraordinary treehouse is actually a diner in Okinawa—known as the Gajumaru Treehouse Diner where customers can enjoy the view of Nara Harbour.
Muskoka Treehouse in Ontario, Canada
This treehouse, designed by Lukasz Kos was created around four trees which can be found in Lake Muskoka, Ontario Canada.
Three Story Treehouse in British Columbia.
Said to be one of the tallest treehouses in Canada, this Three-Story Treehouse can be found near Revelstoke.
A treehouse in Seattle, WA, United States.
Feels like I’ve seen this in a certain movie, hmm…
Minister’s Treehouse in Tennessee, United States.
Just. WOW. This has got to be one of the tallest among the treehouses I’ve seen on the internet!
Treehouse in Japan
This treehouse was designed by Takashi Kobayashi
How about waking up early in the morning to the sounds of birds chirping outside your bedroom window? Definitely one of the best mornings you can ever have.
Treehouse for Birds (and People, too) in Andu Momofuku Centre, Japan
Ever wondered how birds live? Wonder no more! You can now experience what it feels like to live with birds (a little literally). The concept of this treehouse came from Nendo, which allows people to look into the lives of birds (separated by a wall with little peek holes).
Senior Center Turned Treehouse in Ghent Belgium (Designed by: Benjamin Verdonck)
No, that treehouse is not falling, relax…
Mirror Tree House in Sweden (Designed by: Tham & Videgard)
See the orange lights? No, they’re not floating lights, they’re actual lights from inside the treehouse. Look closer!
Bird’s Nest Tree House in Sweden (Designed by: inredningsgruppen.se)
Hey, it’s not a giant nest that you’re seeing. Isn’t it amazing? 🙂
Imagine finding an airplane in the middle of the woods… But wait! It’s not an actual airplane! Amaaaaazing!
The Hemloft Treehouse
This treehouse can be found in Whistler, Canada designed by software developer Joel Allen.
The Famous O2 Tree designed by http://o2treehouse.com/
Made and constructed entirely of recycled materials, this eco-friendly treehouse could sit among the tress without harming them! Coool!
Yellow Treehouse Restaurant in Auckland New, Zealand
Designed by Peter Eising & Lucy Gauntlett, this got to be one of the coolest restaurants in Australia!
A UFO Treehouse in Sweden
I bet as a kid, you had your moments when you want to live out your fantasies of discovering a UFO and being abducted by aliens from outerspace… Well, here’s the real deal! This may not be an actual UFO somewhere in Sweden, but this one’s close—this treehouse is even decorated with space paraphernalia!
Treehouse that’s actually known as Teahouse Tetsu in Yamanashi, Japan.
Designed by architect, Terunobu Fujimori, this treehouse shows and combines fantasy and minimalism together. Looking from he outside, it makes me feel like it sprang out from some kind of fairy tale. 🙂
Free Spirit Treehouses in Canada
Found on the west coast rainforest of Vancouver Island Canada, this beautifully crafted treehouse is built on vision and engineering–they are suspended in the air like pendants from a web of rope. They are open whole-year round, with each season providing something unique (you can avail of staying at this treehouse provided that you are 16 and above).
Beach Rock Treehouse in Japan
Back in 2005, Kobayashi Takashi built this wonderful treehouse in the treetops of Okinawa.
Lantern House in Santa Monica California by Roderick Romero.
Nescafé Treehouse in Kamishihoro, Japan.
Designed by Takashi Kobayashi, this amazingly done treehouse is located in Kamishihoro Japan.