The Pan Treetop Cabins are a pair of dwellings located several meters above the ground in a rural farm in eastern Norway that aim to offer a comfortable stay in the gorgeous environs of the Norwegian-Swedish international border.
Created by architect Espen Surnevik, the Pan Treetop Cabins comprise two identical cabins, each of which are designed to maximize the flooding of natural light inside the space. Accessible by an elegant spiral staircase, the cabins can each house six people and come with a variety of creature comforts including electricity, water, a wood-burning stove, floor heating and a fold-down table.
Available for rent for a price of around $575 per night, the Pan Treetop Cabins aim to offer a unique getaway experience in the Norwegian woods.
Nordic Treetop Cabins
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Contemporary Detached Cabins
Modestly Built Forest Cabins
Contemporary Digital Nomad Cabins
Cube-Shaped Tiny Black Cabins
Customizable Modular Prefab Cabins