Friday, October 22, 2010


Those of you who know me, know I have a penchant for innovative living spaces, see here. So when I stumbled across these spcaes here, I just about lost my mind! Husband and wife team, Britta Jonsson-Lindvall and Kent Lindvall are responsible for these innovative and eco-friendly retreats.
Inspired after watching a Swedish documentary about a group of friends that became 'tree dwellers' once emancipating themselves from their hum drum lives, this couple set out to turn their own conceptual tree top dreams into reality. 
With seven dwellings in Swedens boreal Pine Forests, each room size tree house is sustainably powered and attached to its respective tree via a series of avant garde metal clasps.  
Each fastening allows the tree to continue to grow in a natural unobstructed and organic state. Some of these spaces look more like innovative art installations than actual homes but me personally, you had me at tree top!

xo tash


  1. Wow that is incredible! I love how innovative and green people are getting. Not to mention creative!

    Have a great weekend!

  2. This is really amazing!! It´s like an amazing version of the tree house I always wished for as a kid!!
    Have a great weekend

  3. Ahh these are so cool! I want one ha ha! I don't think I could survive without proper fires in the English winter though and I'm not so sure the wooden one would allow for fire! xxx

  4. Innovative indeed, would love to be able to stay in one of those, BRILLIANT!!!

    Wishing you a lovely weekend :)


  5. What neat photos! I would love to live in a tree house!


  6. How amazing! That first nest is absolutely unbelievable!

  7. I like the first one much :) cozy nest.
    I will definetly have one treehouse in my garden, when i have first the country house with loads of land around! :)

  8. I find stuff like that so magical and creative! I always wanted to stay in a tree house and the nest is just adorable:)

  9. It that's the nest, can you imagine their "nest egg!" It should be large, as they saved a ton in materials on that nest :) It's like THE Greenhouse of the year!



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