An architect designed luxury 'treehouse hotels' towering above a remote forest in a medieval Austrian ski town - here's a closer look
Courtesy Peter Pichler Architecture
- Milan-based architecture firm Peter Pichler has proposed a design for a series of wooden treehouse hotel suites in Kitzbühel, Austria.
- Kitzbühel is a ritzy ski town in the Alps, best known for hosting one of the world's toughest downhill ski races.
- The "tree suites" will be elevated above the surrounding forest by latticed wooden structures and accessible by glass elevator.
- Peter Pichler Architecture designed the suites to help guests slow down, live in the moment, and reconnect with nature.
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If you've ever dreamt of sleeping in a treehouse, look no further.
Peter Pichler Architecture, a Milan-based firm, has come up with the ultimate luxury "treehouse" stay. As part of a 7-star hotel project, their team has proposed a series of latticed, wooden "tree suites" elevated above a remote forest in the ritzy Austrian ski town of Kitzbühel.
Here's an early look at the design: