We’ve seen the magic that architect Andreas Wenning of German firm baumraum can make amongst the trees, and this particular treehouse finds itself wrapped around a large oak tree. The treehouse is situated 11 meters off the ground and offers a cozy retreat to sleep and relax when the homeowner’s want to get away.

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It’s placed behind a residence and it’s accessed through the garage on the property. Peep the small window/door on the roof of the garage?

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A steel staircase spirals around the massive tree granting access to the modern treehouse.

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Two steel poles support the structure and keep it firmly attached to the tree.

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A door built into the deck opens to let you enter.

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A good-sized deck greets visitors once you reach the top and gives them a nice place to rest while enjoying the view.

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Inside there’s a double bed fitted within the domed shape. You won’t feel claustrophobic thanks to the multiple windows that are installed.

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On the opposite side there’s a window seat in front of another window.

Photos by Markus Bollen.