Solar-Powered Cylindrical Treehouse In Mexico Is Made With Sustainable Bamboo – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Solar-Powered Cylindrical Treehouse In Mexico Is Made With Sustainable Bamboo


On a lush stretch of beach in Mexico, north of Acapulco, lies a sustainable resort called Playa Viva. They recently opened a bi-level treehouse designed by Chicago firm Deture Culsign. Made of bamboo, the solar-powered cylindrical treehouse offers gorgeous views of the Pacific Ocean. At 700 square feet, the treehouse is designed to “visually intrigue and highlight sustainable strategies to deliver a natural immersive guest experience,” according to Deture Culsign. The treehouse is built six feet off the ground amidst palm trees, which act as “living piers.” There is a bedroom with a king bed, lounge area, built-in hammock, and private bathroom in the treehouse. California-based ArtisTree constructed the the treehouse.

More info: Playa Viva, Deture Culsign, ArtisTree (h/t: inhabitat)


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