Milan-based studio, Peter Pichler Architecture has designed Tree House structures to serve as hotel rooms within the mountain forest in the Dolomites of northern Italy. Each tree house unit will range from between 35 and 45 square metres in area and will sport sharply pointed roofs and blackened wood cladding and the entirety of the structure will be built almost completely from locally sourced larch and fire wood. Each unit would rest on small concrete foundations, with additional structural support provided by the structural glass walls. The unit will also house a means for collecting and reusing rainwater and will also comprise two levels that are orientated to maximise views out through the floor-to-ceiling windows. Upstairs will be a dedicated sleeping area and a small second bathroom as well.
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