The conceptual 'Helix' treehouse is a modern dwelling that has been designed without the actual need for a tree, but rather draws its name from the surrounding area that it could be placed in. The dwelling sports a bio-mimicking design that draws inspiration from the shape of the DNA molecule and is intended to twist upward into the forest to offer tranquil living space that will be appreciated by anyone seeking isolation. The building sports a two-level design that integrates a lounge, bathroom and kitchenette on the ground floor along with a bedroom at the top level to offer unforgettable views at the treetops.
The 'Helix' treehouse is the design work of UK-based designer and architect Antony Gibbon.
Image Credit: Antony Gibbon Designs