Who didn’t dream of a tree house in the childhood? And some of us were lucky to have one! If you didn’t have one but are still dreaming of that or just want to have a new one for yourself, look at this cabin.
Designed to tickle your childlike fancy, the Treetop Cabin by Espen Surnevik and Finn-Erik Nilsen models itself on the concept of a treehouse, and the stylings of a triangular prefab. Designed with an A-shaped roof that travels downwards to become the wall, the house would, at first appearance, look small, but climb up the spiral staircase and into it, and you realize exactly how cozy and comfortable it is. With two floors, the PAN Treetop Cabin gives you a living room, kitchen, and a bathroom on the lower level, and a comfy bedroom on the top. With glass facades on two sides, you get an aerial view of the forest and if strategically placed, a view of both the sunrise and sunset. There’s a minimum of furniture here, only some kitchen cabinets with necessary appliances, a table that can be hidden away and some stools and an upholstered bench. The second space features a hearth that will warm you up on cold nights, you may add some candles, too, to make the space even cozier.
The elevated design allows the cabin to be non-intrusive, giving freedom to the animals below to move around freely, while the four stilts below the cabin come with braided steel cable reinforcements, to keep the treehouse secure and upright, giving you an elevated, and magnificent view of the Norwegian forests of Finnskogen.