An Elegant, Inverted Treehouse for Adults

Kazakh architect Aibek Almassov has designed a treehouse unlike any other—and it may soon become a reality. Called the “Tree in the House,” the cylindrical glass structure encircles a soaring fir rather than building within its branches, giving its residents unparalleled views of the forest surrounding it. Guests can climb their way to the top on a long, winding staircase which passes through each of the four, ring-shaped floors. Take a closer look at the unique structure at Dezeen.