Architectural design by Antony Gibbon
Located just outside the town of Woodstock, less than two hours drive from New York City, the Inhabit treehouse looks out over the magnificent Catskills mountain range, quietly nestled within the dense woodland forest.
The space consists of an open plan lounge, wood burner and Kitchen with a spacious loft bedroom above. In the rear of the building is a separate shower room and bathroom with second bedroom at the rear which could easily become an office studio space. The structure has two balconies, either side of the kitchen/lounge area with a large terrace underneath that leads down to the Lake and hot tub.
Inhabit treehouse was inspired by geometric Forms. It can be constructed in any environment whether it be in the Forest, Mountains or over rivers & Lakes. Available in various sizes and variations in Design: built in the trees or on the ground. Able to sleep 2 – 4 people depending on the clients needs. The outer structure is finished in a cedar cladding that will age with time allowing the Inhabit to blend in with the natural surroundings. The large open windows are designed to let as much natural light into the Interior when in densely forested areas as well as to enjoy the views of the surrounding Nature.
(Photography of Inhabit, NY by www.morriarti.com/)