An Experiment In Sustainability: The Treehouse By Baumraum

German company baumraum, led by architect Andreas Wenning, recently constructed The Treehouse as a spot for corporations to work on strategies to reinforce the planet’s future. The idea began when Sappi, a world paper maker, and their communication’s firm, Proximity BBDO, banded together with The Flemish Forest and Nature Agency and the city of Hechtel-Eksel to sort a partnership which will encourage firms and organizations to develop into additional sustainable all through their every single day comply with. The end result’s The Treehouse, which is outfitted as a “state-of-the-paintings eco facilities located inside the forests of Hechtel-Eksel, Belgium.”

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The design is based on H elements: the two cabins on completely totally different ranges, the connecting terraces, the staircase, and the joint roof.


The entire development sits on 19-angled metallic stilts that anchor to the underside with foundation screws.


The lower cabin encompasses a espresso lounge, pantry, restroom, and know-how room.


They have been able to incorporate a C02 neutral system to heat and funky the areas.

All lights are LED to attenuate consumption and inside the remaining room, daylight and motion sensors have been put in to cease waste.

Photos by Markus Bollen.

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