Dolomite Treehouses


With relaxation space on the lower level and sleeping quarters above, the Dolomite Treehouses, designed by architect Peter Pichler, are a series of (conceptual for now) triangular cabins envisioned as satellite suites for an existing hotel.

Sustainably clad in local fir and larch, they’re perched in a forest in North east Italy with spectacular views of  the surrounding mountain range.


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6 thoughts on “Dolomite Treehouses

  1. Murtles

    Curtains don’t do to the corners. Ya wouldn’t want to be ag marcaíocht or the neighbours will be ogling.

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