Løvtag cabin is built around a tree in Denmark

Part of a new treehouse hotel on the Als Odde peninsula

Berlin-based architect Sigurd Larsen has completed the Løvtag treehouse in Denmark’s Mariager Fjord estuary.

The cabin, in Als Odde peninsula, is elevated 20 ft above the ground on thin stilts and can accommodate up to four people across its star-like design.

Lovotag treehouse hotel in Denmark
Photography: Soeren Larsen

Larsen’s given the interiors a Nordic bent, juxtaposing white walls and blonde wooden floors with the rough skin of the tree trunk, which rises through the centre of the cabin. It has a bedroom, indoor living area and bathroom, and floor-to-ceiling glass walls. An expansive rooftop deck offers unique views of the natural setting from across the treehouse.

Currently, only one treehouse is available to rent from KR 2.750,00 per night, but there are plans to build nine cabins at Løvtag, to create an expansive treehouse hotel.

Lovotag treehouse hotel in Denmark
Photography: Soeren Larsen
Lovotag treehouse hotel in Denmark
Photography: Soeren Larsen
Lovotag treehouse hotel in Denmark
Photography: Soeren Larsen
Lovotag treehouse hotel in Denmark
Photography: Soeren Larsen
Lovotag treehouse hotel in Denmark
Photography: Soeren Larsen

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