A geodesic dome meets pinecone, this 5.5-ton steel and Redwood tiny house glimmers inside and out.
This treehouse designed by Antony Gibbon skews simple and modern, with an angular frame and classic cedar siding.
Tucked into the forests of the San Jacinto Mountains in Idyllwild, California, just west of Palm Springs is this modern treehouse designed in 1984 by Scott Emsley.
The treehouses stand 30 feet above the forest with gorgeous views of Whitefish Mountain Resort.
The company calls it "more Hobbit than HQ, with cinnamon-colored shingles and a gingerbread-house feel."
The dream of living in a luxurious treehouse is alive and well at the enigmatic 2y House in Chile, where architect Sebastian Irarrazaval worked with clients who wanted to ensconce themselves in nature.
Glamping meets the crafty treehouse in this luxury woodland retreat near England’s Jurassic Coast. The two-story structure features a delightfully mish-mash facade and equally tricked-out interiors.