Tree Snake Houses by Luís and Tiago Rebelo de Andrade : The long narrow bodies of snakes inspired the shapes of this pair of matching woodland hideaways that stretch out between the trees of a park in Portugal. The structures each offer accommodation for one or two inhabitants and rather than climbing upwards, the structures maintain a flat level, which gradually becomes more elevated as the ground slopes away underneath.
The long narrow bodies of snakes inspired the shapes of this pair of matching woodland hideaways
These tree house-like cabins are built up around the column of a building rather than over the branches of a tree.
This huge nest with a retractable staircase forms part of a hotel in the trees in northern Sweden.