The Redwoods Treehouse | A restaurant on the trees in New Zealand

The tree houses are a passion and a special feature that affects a lot of travelers. In several places you can find their rooms in branches of tall trees, to recreate a situation that brings to mind the games made by children and to give a touch of romance to the room. This also seems to be the goal of the restaurant Redwoods Treehouse built in Auckland, New Zealand. There is a great landscape of tall evergreen trees in a small valley, remember alpine atmosphere.

The Redwoods Treehouse

The Redwoods Treehouse

The Redwoods Treehouse

The Redwoods Treehouse

The Redwoods Treehouse

The Redwoods Treehouse

Its birth would be tied to a stake, apparently won: demonstrate that it is possible to realize a restaurant perched on a redwood tree 10 meters high. The plant in question is 40 meters high, has a diameter of about 1.7 m. and is located in a wood, under which a stream soul with a green clearing. The architects Peter Eising and Lucy Gauntlett, who have studied Pacific Environments, they would have designed the restaurant tree inspired by the childhood dream of the treehouse and forms found in nature. The 18 customers who can sit in the Redwoods Treehouse can do so along a raised walkway 60 meters long while the kitchen and toilets are located on the ground floor.

The Redwoods Treehouse

The Redwoods Treehouse

The Redwoods Treehouse

The Redwoods Treehouse

As you can see from the pictures, when darkness falls the structure acquires additional charm and offers a dining experience that goes far beyond the great food served by the chef. Don’t miss this if you visit Auckland!

The Redwoods Treehouse

The Redwoods Treehouse

The Redwoods Treehouse

The Redwoods Treehouse

The Redwoods Treehouse

The Redwoods Treehouse

Treehouse photos: The Redwood Treehouse

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