Tokyo architect Issei Suma designed the conjoined teepee-shaped buildings for two ladies in their and the lucky things get to do more than just chill inside. One of the huts is a spacious kitchen; another has a spiral-shaped paddling pool.
Dreamy teepee-shaped huts cater to the elderly in a Japanese forest
The burdei dates back as far as 6000 years and it’s a type of half-dugout shelter somewhat between a sod house and a log cabin, usually with a floor that’s 1 – meters under ground level. Not realy a tree house but still cool