We love treehouses and the idea of living close to nature while hanging several feet above the ground. Recently we reported about luxurious treehouses and even treehouse pods that are easy to set up and today we have another great treehouse that doesn’t damage the tree on which it is made. Designed by Antony Gibbon the Roost Treehouse is inspired by biomimicry and makes use of organic shapes and forms commonly found in nature.
Rising several feet above the forest floor, the Roost Treehouse comes with sleeping quarters, viewing platforms and spiral stairs to make it much accessible. Made in a series of pod-like capsules, the treehouse’s central staircase leads to an outdoor platform that lets you admire the beauty of nature that surrounds you.
Inhabitat notes that the treehouse provides spaces for sleeping and each capsule can hold about two people. Though just a concept for now, the designer hopes that the treehouses can be built using sustainably-sourced materials that won’t have any negative impact on the environment.