This free standing tree house by Ravnikar Potokar Arhitekturni is indeed a design that stands all on its own. By looking at the pictures you can get a pretty good idea on how to build it. Measuring just 4m2, this compact house in Ljubljana, Slovenia breaks all convention with what is essentially a tree-less freestanding structure, meant to be constructed among trees that might not be able to support the weight of a traditional structure. This raised house plan sits high up on stilts, so the occupants can still enjoy those coveted tree-house views. This simple structure is made of spruce plywood protected by colorless, natural-finish nano-varnish, and topped with a weather-proof cardboard-clad roof. This cool freestanding treehouse is meant to inspire kids and their play with its innovative, different design, making a nice private book nook or a cool club house. For more Slovenian architecture visit Ravnikar Potokar Arhitekturni.
Posted on April 19, 2011 1:09 AM