Mirrorcube Tree Hotel in Sweden

Sep 23, 2013

Category: Living

Growing up as a little boy, you either had parents cool enough to build you a treehouse, or you dreamed of one day owning one. A secret place to look at comic books and hang with the fellas. The Mirrorcube Tree Hotel is kind of like your childhood dream, but re-imagined by architects and professional designers.

Located in Harads, Sweden, this amazing hotel was designed by the team at Tham & Videgard architects. This particular structure is constructed from a lightweight aluminum that features walls made of reflective glass, helping the structure blend in with the surrounding nature. The tree runs right through the center of the plywood constructed room, which includes accommodations for two – living room, kitchenette, bath, and a large bed. Animal lovers may be concerned about birds running into the camouflage tree hotel, which is exactly why the structure has been outfitted with an infrared film that’s only visible to birds. Expect on paying anywhere from $400 to $600 per night to book a room.

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