Name: Between alder and oak
Location: Osnabrück, North Germany
Source : baumraum
Photos : Alasdair Jardine
This exceptional treehouse was built on a very beautiful, park-like property close to Osnabrück, North-West Germany. It was integrated between an alder and an oak. The treehouse is characterized by its curved roof, generously fitted with glazing on all sides and a large dormer window.
A staircase leads up to the first terrace that is large enough for a table and a few chairs. Some steps lead up into the cabin a meter higher. From here guests have a magnificent panorama-view over the wide fields and wood. The interior is furnished with a very spacious lying area and a bench opposite. Beneath the lying area and the bench there are drawers made of oak too.