Luxury Tree House "Eco Perch"

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Let us show you “Eco Perch” – quick to install luxury tree house unit created by East Sussex-based architecture and construction firm Blue Forest. “Assembled with natural materials, the structure may be implemented within 5 days, minimally impacting the landscape with adequate site preparation beforehand. Contained within a 6 meter by 8 meter footprint, the combined kitchen, dining, living area and bedroom may comfortably accommodate four people. wrapped with a continuous roof surface, its oval sectional geometry visually connects with the outdoor scenery through windows and a veranda formed with a deep eave. The interior may be redesigned and retrofitted to serve as an office, studio or classroom.”

 

Eco Perch

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Eco Perch

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2 Comments
  1. Rosl

    Rosl – Barrie, Ontario, Canada
    Like the space but small confusion – what is the tiny, inaccessible room in the back right? No door from the inside, and if that is a door to the outside rather than a window, it’s a very narrow ledge to walk out on. Pretty dangerous to get into a very tiny room of indeterminate use. Now, if that room is not essential, move the bathroom back into that corner, put in a small storage area/closet in where the shower is now. Don’t see a fridge, but could be a bar sized fridge under the counter somewhere. What does it use for energy for lighting, cook stove and fridge if there is one? Where does water come from for toilet, sink, drinking, shower? Hate to be carrying up several of those large jugs of water if it was in a tree. Please clarify.

  2. Wow, What a house, I want to buy this house. Nice share.