Pinecone Treehouse
Photo credit: Garna Raditya | O2 Treehouse
In nature, pine cones may be food sources for small animals and birds, but did you know that roughly 60-million years ago, they were a snack for duckbill dinosaurs? That’s right, their uniquely-shaped jaws and thousands of rows of teeth perfectly adapted to eat these tough, chewy treats. At first glance, you probably wouldn’t mistake this strange wooden structure perched between trees as an actual pine cone, but step closer, and you’ll realize it’s actually a treehouse.

PAN Treetop Cabins
Photo credit: Mats Sparby
Finnskogen is basically an area of Norway / Sweden located in the counties of Hedmark / Värmland respectively, but for those who have heard of it, nothing notable probably comes to mind, that is until now. Introducing the Pan Treetop Cabins. These a-framed structures situated off the ground by four stilts, and can only be accessed by a spiral staircase.