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Architecture
Apr
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The 7th Room at the Treehotel by Snøhetta
Zuzanna Gasior
Apr 21, 2020

Joining the lofty collection of tree houses among the pine forests in Swedish Lapland, is the Treehotel’s seventh offering, this time designed by the Norwegian firm Snøhetta.

In the tall pine forest of Northern Sweden, where the tricolored tree trunks stretch up to the soaring crowns, a new addition to the renowned Treehotel has opened. Hovering ten meters above the ground within the tree canopy, the Snøhetta-designed 7th room provides its guests with a breathtaking view of the Lapland treetops and the Lule River. With focus on the surrounding nature, the design features large windows, a netted terrace suspended above the forest floor, and a tree stretching up through the cabin. The boundaries between indoors and outdoors are blurred, making the cabin part of the forest.

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Zuzanna Gasior
April 21, 2020

Joining the lofty collection of tree houses among the pine forests in Swedish Lapland, is the Treehotel’s seventh offering, this time designed by the Norwegian firm Snøhetta.

In the tall pine forest of Northern Sweden, where the tricolored tree trunks stretch up to the soaring crowns, a new addition to the renowned Treehotel has opened. Hovering ten meters above the ground within the tree canopy, the Snøhetta-designed 7th room provides its guests with a breathtaking view of the Lapland treetops and the Lule River. With focus on the surrounding nature, the design features large windows, a netted terrace suspended above the forest floor, and a tree stretching up through the cabin. The boundaries between indoors and outdoors are blurred, making the cabin part of the forest.

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