Antony Gibbon’s Tree Houses



Antony Gibbons is an architect whose designs are centered around nature and being a full part of their environment. He uses native woods in his projects that will age and blend effortlessly into the surrounding wooded areas.

Antony Gibbon’s Tree Houses

EMBRYO is a cylindrical two story tree dwelling that utilises the principles of bio mimicry. The design of the structure was to give the illusion that it is almost part of the tree trunk like a Burl as well a taking certain elements from a wasps nest. It is clad with cedar shingles to blend the structure in with the surroundings.

Embryo

Embryo

Embryo

Embryo

ROOST TREE HOUSE is designed to mimic the organic curvaceous forms found in nature. The Roost is similar to the Embryo with braces to support it to the tree and can also be used without the tree just a post for support. The Roost is a smaller structure, only sleeping two people but it does offer an interactive platform to be part of the environment.

Roost

Roost

Roost

Roost


THE NOOK Inspired by elements of the Tipi Structure. There are two sized versions available, one with a single floor and one with two floors. The walls are angled planks to keep rain running off and the inner portion is sealed to keep out the elements. The roof is reinforced angled glass with an inner row that can be operated to keep out the cold and light as desired.

Nook

Nook

Nook

Nook

THE INHABIT TREE HOUSE is a cedar clad tree house that can be constructed in any environment. Its entrance is a trap door in the floor and it sleeps 4 to 6 people.

Inhabit Tree house

Inhabit Tree house

Inhabit Tree house

Inhabit Tree house

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