Klaus has always loved the Icelandic and Scandinavian ways of living: simple but cosy interiors, and a focus on natural surroundings. After passing a book on treehouse architecture in Munich airport a few times, he realised he couldn’t delay his dream of creating his very own treehouse hideaway. A few weeks later, and he sat face-to-face with an architect.
Now, at the edge of the Elbe, nestled between the trees, 7 meters above the ground, you find three stunning hideouts: calling them treehouses doesn’t quite do justice to their striking architecture and sleek modern design. Windows perfectly frame panoramas of the vast greenery of a bird sanctuary, all the way down to the meandering Elbe, and there’s not another building in sight. This is a showcase of the tranquillity that comes from total submersion in nature.