Sigurd Larsen, the Berlin based Danish architect working within the fields of architecture and furniture design, has completed the spectacular Lovtag treehouse hotel based in the Danish forest.

Located at a serene eight metres above the ground, Lovtag is located in the Danish peninsula of Als Odde, conveniently close to the sea and Denmark’s longest fjord, the Mariager, to offer endless opportunities to guests.

The first treehouse completed is one of nine which will decorate the area. “Inside, the cabin is both modern, comfortable and ‘hyggelig’,” the hotel explains. “Built six-eight metres up the tree, the cabin encloses the tree itself which goes up through the middle of the cabin, ensuring that our guests are truly close to nature. Large windows to the south and west let in lots of natural light.”

With wild deer running free in the forest, the cabin is located in a pine tree and perched on a small hillside known as ‘The Dwarf’s Mound’. “The cabins are located on a small hilltop overlooking a meadow which gives a wonderful view over the top of the forest and lets the sunshine in during the afternoon,” the architecture studio told Dezeen. “The access to the roof terrace gives the impression that you continue to ‘climb’ the tree to reach the canopy.”

“In all directions scenic views of the forest are framed by panoramic windows.”

View the treehouse, below.

(All images via Lovtag)

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