Swedish designers Inrednin Gsgruppen created the Bird’s Nest Tiny House in northern Sweden.
It’s a part of a hotel that’s up in the trees, camouflaged, and ready to relax in.
Unfortunately, it’s pretty expensive to stay at. But if you do have the money, it would likely be unforgettable (there are other cool shelters on site too).
Either way, you get to see it all right here in this post today almost just as if you were there.
And I couldn’t help but think to myself, hey, here’s one way we could get by codes/zoning for tiny housing (but I’m kidding of course).
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Bird’s Nest Tiny House Hotel up in the Trees
From the outside it looks like an ostrich nest or maybe some kind of ancient flying dinosaur’s nest but when you go inside you find a modern and luxurious tiny cabin, see for yourself below:
If you’re interested in staying here check out TripAdvisor for availability, reviews and best deals.
You can also visit the hotel directly over at TreeHotel.se.
The hotel was created by Tham & Videgård Arkitekter who’s also created numerous other amazing spaces.
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I think it need some kind of “lift” system. I can’t imagine trying to climb up in there in the dead of winter. But the covering must look very pretty all covered in snow.
Maybe they can put one of these in there: https://tinyhousetalk.com/bicycle-powered-elevator-in-treehouse/