New Zealand, the scene of breathtaking architecture and sustainable. This time the attention is all for these special restaurants built directly on the trees. At 12 meters high towering majestic these “buds” wood, redwood trees and clinging on high. Sustainable architecture, built with modular elements in poplar, which will host special bar-restaurants within a long catwalk suspended 60 feet in the air.
The form now refers to a cocoon of a butterfly, a style made fascinating by Pacific Environments Architects continues and follows the dream of all children have their own tree house, a cozy and snug place to hide, shelter and stay in touch with nature.
The structures have an extremely attractive and, thanks to ulcune thermal covers, are accessible and enjoyable in all weathers, in case of rain, a few sheets of acrylic ensure a comfortable and dry! During the day, thanks to longitudnali slits, the light passes through the cocoon total illumination with natural light, while at night the effect is the Treehouse offers charming and magical.
The restaurant has ample room for 18 seats and is complete with an elegant bar where you can make a drink before sitting at the table. The effect is incredible and integration with nature is perfect. The number of cocoons can be removed at any time and be reinstalled on other trees in other parts of the world.
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