Set along a creek, close to Curacaví, Santiago (Chile), the Casa Quebrada is elevated on slanted poles and accessed via a bridge walkway with trees growing through its deck. From the inside, views to the middle of the surrounding trees offer a feeling of coziness and safety, just like being inside a bird’s nest.
The 431 sq ft compact treehouse contains a living area, dining room, and kitchen in one section, while a second, smaller area includes the bedroom and bathroom. The interior has a crisp white interior that contrasts tastefully with the black-painted pine facade and the dark wood deck. From the living-dining lounge & kitchen, an extensive glass wall allows for natural lighting to penetrate and frames arresting views, connecting the inhabitants with the pristine forestal environment.Learn More From UNarquitectura