Fibonacci Tree House
Tree House – Bespoke Luxury
Form Of Contract: Individual Terms
We have called this the Fibonacci Tree House! The organic shape was inspired by the geometry of the “Fibonacci Spiral”. This is a logarithmic spiral often found in nature, for example in the form of a snails shell. This pattern allows the organism to grow without changing shape. The concept also takes inspiration from Blue Forest’s ecoPERCH building and from other modern cabins and pods that combine an organic form with contemporary lines.
Built in Spain, the tree house provides a natural hideaway within the relative cool of the woodland. Fitted with a modern kitchenette, complete with a drinks fridge and wine cooler, this is the perfect place to enjoy a sun downer or entertain friends.
The Fibonacci tree house is finished with Larch boards and features a handcrafted copper fascia with rustic rope detail. The interior is light and airy with extensive glazing including a 4 meter long folding sliding door, blurring the lines between the inside and outside spaces. In addition to all this, the tree house includes a large external deck with plenty of space for a table and chairs and views back across the woodland and garden towards the client’s villa.
Woodland Decks and Rope Bridges
Four different tree decks spread into the pine woods linked by a network of over 40m of adventurous rope bridges. Halfway along the suspended woodland walkway a 3.5m high tree deck is the starting point for a dramatic 23 meter long stainless steel curvy slide!
Primarily designed with the ‘Big Kids’ in mind this slide is not for the faint hearted! Appropriate for children of 6 yrs and above it offers an exhilarating ride, ending at the entrance to the garden and close to the client outdoor cinema and bar!
Besides being an attractive feature for the client’s property, the tree house scheme opens up a beautiful area of woodland, which would otherwise have remained under utilized. It is a fantastic combination of natural and modern materials that contrast superbly with the colours and textures of the surrounding flora and fauna.