With the Mirrorcube designed by architects Tham & Videgard though, you no longer have that problem as the mirrors lining the aluminum tree house help it blend in with the natural scenery, leaving the building out of sight and out of mind, until you want to get out of the cold. The interior is lined with plywood, providing the cabin with style while still making you feel right at home in the woodsy setting.
Two people can stay comfortably in the Mirrorcube and the room is equipped with a small kitchenette, a bathroom, a living room and a roof-top terrace.
To prevent birds from crashing into the nearly invisible cabin, the glass is lined with an infrared film that is invisible to humans, but within the bird's spectrum of vision.
The Mirrorcube is one of many rooms that make up one of the most creative and environmentally-friendly hotels on earth, the Treehotel, located 37 miles south of the Arctic circle, in Harads, Sweden. Aside from the Mirrorcube, the hotel has a variety of other fascinating places to spend the night, including the UFO, the Birdsnest, the Cabin and other unique tree houses, which are all suspended in air and designed in a variety of chic and eccentric styles.
For those seeking amenities, the Treehotel also features a sauna and hot tub, which can hold up to eight people.
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