Pfeffer Torode Architecture created the Observation Lounge House, a secluded retreat that sits within the trees of the countryside. This home reaches three storeys high, with each floor carefully designed with custom furniture and finishes.
The designer wanted to connect the house to nature by placing it among the trees, using locally sourced materials and incorporating the surrounding landscape. The rustic style is present with the use of oak wood, natural stones and the 19th century Swiss farmhouse sink. In the middle of this house sits a spiral staircase that is the support system for the entire structure, connecting guests to all three floors.
The top floor features oversized windows that provide a 360-degree view of the entire property, giving it the name the Observation Lounge House.
Image Credit: Pfeffer Torode Architecture
The 'Observation Lounge House' Sits Three Storeys High Above the Trees
Madison Mackay — February 7, 2018 — Art & Design
References: pfeffertorode & uncrate