This lovely tree house in Tala, India, perches on the top of a hilltop property, surrounded by a forest and meandering river. The team at Architecture BRIO developed a wooden bridge that wraps around the house, allowing nature inside and around this new structure.
“The Tree Villa was conceived as a celebration of this landscape by creating a series of blurred transitional spaces with different levels of transparency and openness within this forested tropical setting,” the architects said.
“The functions included provide for 2 double beds, a loft bed for children, 2 bathrooms, a lounge, a place for breakfast or playing board games with an outdoor deck and a large viewing deck,” the designers added. “The main space is broken up by 3 smaller enclosures that are positioned within it, ensuring a visual connection to the forest in multiple directions from all rooms.”
One of the highlights of this nature retreat is an old Garuga fruit tree that punctures the floor of a partially enclosed bathroom. The freestanding bathtub among the branches seems like the ultimate spot for relaxation. Photography: Photographix
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