BAUMRAUM’S CLIFF TREEHOUSE IN NEW YORK


German design firm Baumraum is known for their amazing tree houses. Their latest creation in New York, called Cliff Treehouse, is perched on a Maple tree, providing amazing elevated view of the Hudson River.

The living space is very small, but it is not the main point of this treehouse anyway – this being the deck, that is almost as large as the living space. The entire construction seems to be suspended in mid air and only partly placed on a pile of rocks, but, in fact, it is held in place using metal poles and cables that connect it to the tree.

Baumraum Treehouse in New York

The home features loads of windows that provide great views and, as if these somehow weren’t enough, there is a skylight, all of which allow the light to flood the minimalist wood walls and a bed in the interior.

The treehouse is accessed using the bridge that connects it to the cliff. Another bridge leads from the living space to the deck. [via]

See also Baumraum’s Treehouse retreat in Belgium

Stilts and view of under the Baumraum Treehouse in New York

Baumraum Treehouse in New York

Exterior view of the Baumraum Treehouse in New York

Wooden pathway at the Baumraum Treehouse in New York

Architecture of the Baumraum Treehouse in New York

Exterior view of the Baumraum Treehouse in New York

Interior design of the Baumraum Treehouse in New York

Baumraum Treehouse in New York

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