After completing the ultra-elegant Hotel Schgaguler, Peter Pichler Architecture takes another stab at the area of the Dolomites with a series of pointy mountain treehouses. Located in Northern Italy, the structures strongly subscribe to contemporary movements of design and they seamlessly tie into the forest thanks to their compact shape, their peak-like roof that references evergreen trees, as well as their subdued color palette — the mountain treehouses are clad in blackened wood.
The Milan-based studio makes its designs quite compact, satisfying only the necessities of living. The structure will prove to offer a secluded and luxurious getaway, where the relationship between humans and nature takes the spotlight. Peter Pichler Architecture's mountain treehouses are great examples of "a 'slow down' form of tourism."
Pointy Mountain Treehouses
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