These days, a tree house design is much more than just a playhouse in the backyard. We've seen innovative ideas from HemLoft, an egg-shaped tree house, to TreeHouse Point, a wonderful bed and morning meal situated in the trees. Another incredibly exclusive development is this Yellow-colored Treehouse Restaurant, developed by New Zealand based Pacific Environment Designers together with Yellow Pages.
Located northern of Auckland, the exclusive idea is an 18 chair cafe suspended around a large redwood tree and roughly 130 feet above the ground. The entire framework covers more than 30 legs wide and almost 40 feet high, with kitchen and washrooms situated on the floor below.
Timber trusses form the main structure, the rounded bout are glue-laminated maple, and redwood machined from the site are used in the pathway balustrading. Farmville farm poplar slats wrap around the tree and create exciting distinctive areas that allow daylight to portray throughout the internal. The round idea is also designed to be safe from nature's elements, with acrylic sheets set to the roof and straight roll-down shutters on the internal. Visitors are welcome to come and project great up in the plants to enjoy a delightful meal.