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Breathtaking tree house in Mount Qiyun, China

Words by Marvin Maddix

 

 

This gorgeous treehouse is located within a woodland resort, elevated high amid the treetops canopies of Mount Qiyun, China. The project comes from Cambridge graduates, Andong Lu and Pingping Dou of LanD Studio that based the “Treehouse M” on traditional Chinese architecture where the house’s floor plan was structured around eight prefabricated modular frames to minimise the need for extensive on-site construction. The Treehouse offers a secluded luxurious escape, envisioned as an intimate space for couples, the treehouse carefully negotiates full immersion into the natural park’s landscape while maintaining a certain level of privacy for its guests.

 

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