How this Swedish hotel is changing interiors forever
Nestled in the twilight trees of Harads, Sweden, lays a camouflaged cube called 'Treehotel', a boundary pushing form of hospitality. The hotel which has been specifically designed by renowned Scandinavian architects, Tham & Videgard, bridges it's guests right into mother nature in it's 4x4x4 dimensional cubic space. Built in 2010, the aluminium based room fits two people with a double bed, bathroom, lounge and a rooftop terrace, the room is hung purely from one single tree. It's minimalistic exterior continues inside, with a crisp, clean interior made from plywood with a birch surface. Epitomising Swedish surrealism, the room entitled 'The Mirror Cube' has been described as 'a grown up childhood escape fantasy' due to it's serene and secretive location in the depth of the Swedish woods, which is reflected on all four mirrored walls of the room. To book the surprisingly wi-fi friendly hotel room, visit Treehotel here.