Treehouses typically are perched up in the trees (as the name would imply), but the Treehouse Solling by Baumraun shows that a treehouse can even be located right in a pond.
Taking adantage of earth, air and water, the home is suspended out of a pond and accessed by the ground by a bridge supported by two trees. The treehouse is supported by twelve steel posts that jut from the water, while the bridge outside is suspended to the two large spruce trees that make their way through its walkway. By sitting almost 14 feet above the water's surface, the top and bottom storeys provide exquisite views of its forest surroundings, while a giant skylight in the bedroom ceiling offers an amazing glimpse of the night sky.
While small, the cabin is ideal for lengthy stays as it offers plenty of space for sleeping and hanging out with the benches on the both stories and ample storage under the floor and furniture. Of course, when cold weather and other circumstances make staying in a treehouse impractical, this lovely little space is just up a stream-side road from the property owner's main home, which was recently rennovated.
Via Design Boom