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Modern Willow Treehouse in New York


This is the Modern Willow Treehouse in Willow, New York. It’s designed by architect Antony Gibbon and was built by William Johnson and shown to us thanks to Derek Diedricksen of Relaxshacks.com.

Deek likes to call it the ‘Luxury $300k Spaceship Tree House’ in one of his latest YouTube videos where he features it and shares it with us. Please enjoy the tour below and let us know what you think in the comments!

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Tiny Modern Willow Treehouse in Willow, New York!

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Video Tour: Luxury $300k Spaceship “Tree House”

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  • Avatar Marsha Cowan

    Really lovely and clever. Simple and elegant. I love it!

  • Is all estreme cattivating , this is true architetture, good the bed.

  • Avatar Mary

    Gobsmacking innovation. O My God. I love this. Would move in tomorrow except for my fab residence I’ve already got. This is inspired!

  • Avatar Karen M

    Great architecture and all, but, let’s discuss reality. Too funny, people would like this. Where would u put ur clothes? Even with 3 jeans, 5 shirts, 2 shoes, there are NO closets. Surely you would need a broom, mop, vacuum, gun, shovel, boots, jacket, etc out in the woods….maybe this is just a hit n run stay or a treehouse in ur backyard. IDK…for me, it’s a waste of 300K; but, one could rent it out on AirBnb!

    • Avatar Grace G

      If you watch the video, it looks like there is a closet in the back room (with the cushions on the floor). Not a lot of storage long-term, but that would be an amazing place to stay for a weekend!

  • Avatar gabriel RMS
  • Avatar jerry

    The space by the window works well but everything else is a waste of space.
    The kitchen island needs to be against the wall/s to open up all that space.
    The rest wastes a lot of space too as too much hallway, way too large bath again should be on one side with closet/storage on the other as little of that..

  • When I see until as extreme achieve an catching this daringly build, I feel a chill.

  • Avatar Kiki

    Where can I find info on the camp? Did I miss it?

  • I love living in big cities, because I like to browse among people: visiting Art Galleries, attending Libraries,…etc. etc. Living outside the city I consider it only as, brackets a “Holiday Break” nothing more. I like this project because the view is perfectly visible on a ” giant screen” in all the front and back areas is a magnificent loft where you can take “refuge” when you want… It is an Incredible Technical/Formal Development

  • Avatar Adina Hrschmann

    With its elevated platform construction, this “treehouse” might also work as a shore dwelling or in a flood-prone area. BTW, it needs window coverings and some real furniture. And the way the rooms were photographed, it was difficult to get a “real world” view.

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