When you come to think of it, trees are actually a great place to inhabit. Given the fact that they generously dole out shade, food and fresh air, a tree house is perhaps the answer to mankind’s urgent need for a better place to live. To make trees more habitable, Bower House Eco Cabins has designed these comfortable and eco-friendly tree-cabins. Each of these tree-houses is made to order and the company fabricates them from locally-sourced, sustainably harvested wood.
The components of these houses are built offsite and the homes are then assembled and integrated inside a tree. The houses use low impact helical coil foundations and insulative sheep’s wool or recycled cellulose. “For us a tree house is about adventure, play and discovery. We want to provide people with an incredible experience being nestled in trees whilst ensuring the protection of the trees and habitat around the structure. To do this we incorporate sustainable design principles at the earliest possible stage,” says Bower House founder Simon Parfett.
[Via – Inhabitat]