Backyard Playhouse in Bogota, Columbia. This small playhouse designed by Manuel Villa features a wood exterior echoing this distinctive silhouette with honeycomb panels, and a fully glazed facade that opens onto a teak deck.
The burdei dates back as far as 6000 years and it’s a type of half-dugout shelter somewhat between a sod house and a log cabin, usually with a floor that’s 1 – meters under ground level. Not realy a tree house but still cool
Deserted house at Sajama National Park, Bolivia with twin Chilean volcanoes Parinacota and Pomerape behind it. Obviously I don't want to live here but I do draw inspiration from how the house melds with its environs.
"Nido" - A tiny cabin space by the Finnish designer Robin Falck. This tiny cabin is fully functional at just under 100 square feet out in the middle of the woods. This small space features a micro-kitchen and upper sleep/storage space.
55/02 is a brightly painted steel structure located within a stand of trees at Cock Stoor on the north shore of Kielder Water. The structure's name refers to the latitude and longitude of the site and highlights the importance of the building’s location to its design, where key sitelines contribute to its unusual layout and seating orientates visitors towards particular views of the wider lake and into smaller inlets nearby.