A Suspended Treehouse to Sleep with Birds – Design You Trust

A Suspended Treehouse to Sleep with Birds

The Cocoon Tree is a little tent shaped like a ball, that we can suspend on trees, according to our desires. The circular shape is here to give a feeling of protection to the visitors, like birds’ nests. This tent can contain comfortably two people maximum and is covered by a waterproof tarpaulin.


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