Jungle Treehouse

Isla de San Andrés,  Providencia y Santa Catalina, Colombia
The treehouses scatter along the rocky path, hanging in the palm grove. Each treehouse consists of two elliptical-shaped rooms of different sizes, resembling the appearance of palm fruits and avoiding any abrupt architectural edges, allowing the buildings to blend softly with the natural environment. The two rooms are connected by steel staircases added to the palm trees, providing clear functional divisions and relatively independent spaces.
Treehouses scatter along the rocky path, hanging in the palm grove. Each treehouse consists of two elliptical-shaped rooms of different sizes, resembling the appearance of palm fruits and avoiding any abrupt architectural edges, allowing the buildings to blend softly with the natural environment. The two rooms are connected by steel staircases added to the palm trees, providing clear functional divisions and relatively independent spaces.