V-Houses by Heinz Legler Offer Stunning Views Without Damaging the Land

By: Elsa Blaine - Published: Aug 29, 2009 • References: been-seen & archdaily
Eco-adventurers visiting the jungles for Yelapa, Mexico will soon be able to find refuge in these precarious looking V-Houses designed by Heinz Legler.  Securely planted in the ground, the inverted metal and wood pyramids give a feeling of being in a tree house.

Each of the pre-fabricated units has a floor space measuring 16' x 16' and offers spectacular views of the lush tropical jungle environment through openings on all sides. 

Due to the shape of the shelters and their pre-fab construction, little disturbance of the land was required as they were more or less spiked into the ground like a giant lawn dart. Stats for Triangular Jungle Shelters Trending: Older & Warm
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