Set among the tall trees of the west coast rainforest of Vancouver Island, Canada, the Free Spirit Spheres are meant to be a place to meditate and commune with nature and re-connect, while reducing the human footprint to near zero.
Set among the tall trees of the west coast rainforest of Vancouver Island, Canada, “Luna“, “Eryn” and “Melody” are three spherical treehouses meant to be a place to meditate and commune with nature and re-connect, while reducing the human footprint to near zero.
Beautifully crafted, the joinery is yacht-style with brass trim, varnished wood, and cane doors, the Free Spirit Spheres treehouse hotel utilize bio-mimicry to create a human habitation that can live in the forest. Even the smallest sphere, single-person-sized Eve, provides a spiritual connection for guests to the forest, swaying in time with the trees to encourage creative thought.
The sphere, like a nutshell, can withstand impacts and the web of rope, like a spider web, attaches to many strong points. Its stretchiness enables the sphere and trees to move freely. It creates a feeling of floating when in the sphere.
The well-appointed interiors eliminate the need to “rough it” to live in the deep forest. Each sphere of this treehouse resort is even wired for power and has built-in speakers for those who wish to bring their own music… the perfect opportunity to experience true surround sound.
The Free Spirit Spheres treehouses are available for overnight rental (from $334/night for the smallest sphere, to $374 for the biggest), 12 months of the year, each season providing something unique.