Monday, July 27, 2015

Jono Williams'
solar-powered treehouse isn't really a treehouse. The only thing it really
has in common with its forest-dwelling brethren is that the sights span far
across treetops in all directions. Located in Linton, New Zealand,  The
Skysphere is one circular room complete with mood lighting and beer.
  Williams' design is a striking, behemoth structure that looks more
suited on a film set of a futuristic sci-fi feature than out in nature.
Jono Williams
Jono Williams The space is small, but
mighty: All of the on-site toys—high-speed Wi-Fi, a refrigerated beer
dispenser, fingerprint entry, wireless sound system—are all controlled by a
smartphone app. The entire building is covered in solar panels, which provide
enough energy to keep the structured powered. The only thing it's missing? A
bathroom. Erika Owen is the Audience Engagement Editor at Travel +
Leisure.  Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @erikaraeowen.
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Williams' 'treehouse' design is completely solar-powered and
features all of the little luxuries you could ask for (minus a bathroom).

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