In our feature on last week, we took you on a tour of room 7, the most recent room designed by Norwegian architecture firm Snøhetta. There are, however, six more stunning structures built deep in the birch forests of the Treehotel Sweden. Let us take you on a magical tour of these architectural masterpieces.
First up is Mirrorcube, designed by Bolle Tham and Martin Videgård. The structure is entirely clad in mirrored glass, giving the impression of seeing stairs that lead nowhere.
The Dragonfly room is the second largest room at The Treehotel, which can accommodate six guests. The structure is entirely built-in wood with a corten steel facade giving a nice worn look. The design is by Finnish architect firm Rintala Eggertsson.
Right next to it, you can see a bright red room standing out through its simplicity. The room is a traditional wooden construction clad with pine shingles and painted bright red. The design is by architect Thomas Sandell from SandellSandberg.
The Cabin is shaped like a capsule floating between the trees and the first room you see when walking up the slope to the other rooms. The design is by Mårten and Gustav Cyrén from Cyrén & Cyrén.
The UFO is the polar opposite of a room like the Mirrorcube, which is perfectly blending in with the surroundings. A floating UFO is the most unexpected thing in a forest but a crowd pleaser and highly popular with guests. The design is by Bertil Harström, who also designed the bird’s nest room, which is the perfect camouflage for staying unnoticed.
In conclusion, if you have time left on your Sweden trip, then you should definitely consider a trip up North. A stopover at Treehotel Sweden will surely remain one of those unique memories which you can’t stop telling your friends about.