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  • Jessica Norton

    Treehotel in Sweden. Loads of themed tree house apartments. This one is mirrored to camouflage it. Amazing!

  • Kimberly Perry Mallow

    got to stay here one day. Located in Harads, Sweden, this unique collection of hotel rooms is sure to bring you back to your childhood days of club-housing and hide-and-go-seek. Nestled high in the woods, there is a room for every personality: the Cabin, Blue Cone, Bird’s Nest, and most intriguing of all, the Mirrorcube (if you can find it). Read more at http://www.yankodesign.com

  • Queen

    The Mirrorcube is it's own tree house nestled in the Swedish forests. It's a 4x4x4 cube nestled in a tree that gives the illusion of a mirage. But inside, it's a quiet oasis of birch and Swedish architecture complete with a double bed, lounge area, bathroom and a rooftop terrace to enjoy the view for about $700 a night.

  • Angela Thomas

    Mirrorcube Treehouse Hotel, in Harads, Sweden. Reminds me of Marlon Blackmon's tree house in NW Arkansas

  • william naeter

    this Deer stand is cubed and mirrored treehouse in Sweden.

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Ok that's insane.....terrifying, awesome, I don't know if I trust it but I really want to go up there.

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As a multi millionaire it will be required that I have several homes in varied habitats.. this will be my woodland abode

Look at how there does not appear to be any knee braces. This appears to be resting on the two longitudinal 2x6s. The ladder may also provide support.

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