Three luxury treehouses stand on 3.5-metre high stilts in the middle of the forest, offering guests an extraordinary insight into the surrounding woodland. The stilts were anchored into the ground by means of 2-metre long bolts. This type of foundation caused minimal damage to the forest floor.
Project Three luxury treehouses
Place Bonn, Germany
Client V-Hotel GmbH, Harald Voit
Timber construction Holzplus, DI Richard Santner
Architecture DI Dorothee Spitz, Cologne
"The world's first pine treehouses were also to be fully organic," promised the clients. Walls, ceilings and even the floor plate were made of binderholz CLT BBS elements and consist of 5-ply 14 cm thick BBS elements with a visual quality pine finish.
Each of these treehouses offers 20 m² living space with every conceivable luxury that would be found in a four-star hotel room. The floor-to-ceiling glazing offer visitors an incredibly impressive panoramic view of the forest right in front of their hotel room.
Photos: ©V-Hotel GmbH