This book presents over 30 innovative examples of contemporary treehouses and various conceptions of treehouses designed by architect Andreas Wenning. His clients are increasingly investors in treehouse hotels. This volume is completed by substantial essays on questions of statics and construction.
"Treehouses are special experiences. They offer a primordial spatial and sensual experience, close to nature, while demonstrating their uniqueness, and the individuality of their designers and owners. The style of construction of a treehouse depends on the builder's taste. Generally speaking, treehouses tend to be associated with a fairytale, traditional vernacular. They are often little huts in a tree with gabled roof or lattice windows. However, the treehouse is increasingly being discovered as a design playground. This book presents over thirty innovative examples of contemporary treehouses, with various conceptions designed by architect, Andreas Wenning, whose clients are increasingly investors in tree house hotels."
> Andreas Wenning. Born in 1965, architect. Studied architecture in Bremen, worked for firms in Germany and Australia. 2003 founded baumraum, projects in Europe, Brazil and the United States. Lectures and teaching work, numerous publications in Germany and abroad.