Location: Uslar, Germany
Area: 37.0 sqm
Photographs: Markus Bollen
From the architect. The site of this treehouse near the town of Uslar in Lower Saxony is located beside an old forester’s house in a small side valley.
Access to the property is provided by a forest road running along a small brook with a few ponds. The house was restored with great effort and dedication and its surroundings were carefully landscaped.
Natural stone walls, newly planted indigenous trees, and two large artificial pond habitats have turned the place into a nature lover’s delight and a haven for flora and fauna alike. Thus the site is in many ways the perfect location for a treehouse. The clients wanted a treehouse that would provide joy to their young son and to all friends of the family for many years to come.
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