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Dragonfly by Treehotel

Discover the Flying Cabin in the Forests of North Sweden
Posted by Gestalten—10/2016

In the forests of Harads, Sweden, exists a village of flying treehouses including the Dragonfly. As the largest aerial cabin operated in concept resort Treehotel, the 53-square-meter suite is supported by eight pine and spruce trees. 

“At Treehotel, we always strive to push limits with our environmental work, architecture, and engineering,” says co-founder Kent Lindvall. Indeed, clad in weathered steel and lined with plywood, the Dragonfly pairs material innovation with design elegance. To see more contemporary cabins, get-aways, and retreats into the wild, browse our latest cabin compendium The Hinterland.

Images © Treehotel

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