Volume Zero Tree House looks at redefining a home as an active part of Mother Nature, with all the necessary amenities.
Tiny Treetopia provides you with a utopian experience in a tiny but dreamy space.
A place where you wake up to the quiet and serene view of the beach; a corner to get cosy with your book and cup of coffee; a place to break away from your mundane life and have conversations with loved ones gazing at the stars;
it has it all.
The site is located at Hutbay in Andaman & Nicobar Islands. It is an unexplored settlement in Little Andaman and is 120 kilometres by sea from Port Blair. The Site was chosen for its rare amalgamation of waterfront and forest at one place and for its connection with public amenities.
The brief was to design a 400 sq. ft treehouse for two people.
Workspace is provided near the living area to separate work and rest. The kitchen is provided between the living area and bedroom for snack breaks from work as well as midnight cravings. The bedroom has a cosy corner and leads to an open deck that acts as a break-out space. We used materials rooted in the history and culture of the place, i.e., bamboo, thatch and mud for building our treehouse.