This is Woodman’s Treehouse in Dorset that was once dubbed ‘England’s most luxurious treehouse’. This $150,000 project features small community of ‘glamping’ pods, kitchen buildings and crafting workshops all interlinked by wooded walkways and the occasional rope bridge. There is also an outdoor shower and a hot tub on the roof, to make just about any dream come true.
Architects Govaert & Vanhoutte were the creators of this masterpiece just outside Ghent, Belgium. It was made for a 40-year-old single man and includes everything he could wish for. For example – pool area, river view, DJ booth, a glazed wine cabinet, the long lounge benches, the area for exclusive cars and a built in cigar cabinet.
It’s even hard to imagine that this 36 sq. m. flat in Manhattan, New York has 5 rooms in it! Designer Braden Caldwell and architect Michael Chen achieved this via transforming virtually everything in the apartment, making fully-functioning hall, kitchen, sleeping room, dining room, and a work-room. The creative duo has enlarged both kitchen and bathroom and made a moving wall that zones the living space as one desires. Almost everything can be pulled out of the walls, making the small flat very functional.
Mike Thomas bought 9 meter (30ft) concrete Latchingdon Water Tower that was falling apart in 2013 for £197,000. It is located 24 km (15 miles) from Chelmsford and boasts stunning views over the Crouch estuary in Essex. It took the new owner 2 years to transform the industrial structure that was built in the 1930s to luxury three bedroom home with an indoor gym. He spent nearly £250,000 on renovation. The two-year project saw the tower completely refurbished and it is now habitable for the first time since it was last used nearly 30 years ago.