Andreas Wenning finished this treehouse in Lower Saxony. A two-storey treehouse tower was set into a pond and connect it with the hemlock spruces by means of a long terrace. The entry seems to float above the water of the pond until it reaches the rounded treehouse tower.
Here one can choose to enter the room on the lower level or to take another exterior stairway to reach the upper sleeping area. During the day, the treehouse serves as a vantage point for observing the creatures in the water and the adjoining meadows. Fish, frogs and even deer can be sighted from here. At night, the upper room is a comfortable place to sleep and dream and, when the skies are clear, to gaze at the stars through the domed skylight.
All images © Markus Bollen