If you've never had the treehouse experience as a kid, the Stefan Eberstadt Backpack House is an opportunity to re-live your childhood in a socially acceptable (though not entirely legal) way.
This backpack house is an addition to any loft, city apartment or house. The cube is affixed to the side of the wall via metal chains. Inspired by the cramped livings in New York City, this levitating space acts a unique expansion to traditional tiny quarters. With multiple panels of glass situated around the cubed structure, residents may look out at the view from their apartment in an entirely new and upside down fashion!
This neat addition brings fresh designs and alternatives to city living and architecture!
Open-Concept Box Abodes
Floating Eco Homes
Hovering Arboreal Architecture
The Stefan Eberstadt Backpack House Opens Any Space
By: Vivian Lau - Published: Jun 7, 2012 • References: dornob