The KOJA Treehouse is a conceptual architecture design intended to help inhabitants escape the hustle and bustle of city life in favor of a more tranquil space in the wilderness. The treehouse features a symmetrically designed construction that would wrap around the trunk of a tree high above the forest floor and only be accessible via ladder. The interior would provide just enough space for eating, sleeping and relaxing thanks to a series of shapeshifting components.
The KOJA Treehouse is the design work of Kristian Talvitie for the Polestar Design Contest and focuses on sustainability with a construction that would be 100% self-sufficient. This is thanks to a series of components that would harness the power of the sun, wind and rain.