This lovely wooden treehouse is situated in a woodland in Mexico City, and is the ideal spot to reconnect with nature. Planned by Talleresque, the Floating Treehouse is covered up in the center of nature and splendidly coordinated into the scene. The brilliant structure takes motivation from the neighboring trees, it is secured to the backwoods floor by a few stilts like tree roots, and has a trunk-like outside that ascents vertically three stories, welcoming plants and branches to enter. Built from locally accessible materials, the rich lodge has three levels, the lower floor includes a kitchen, workspace, and drum studio, all siting on a huge stage that capacities as an open air front room. The center floor has the washroom and the shower, while the highest floor has the room with dazzling perspectives on the encompassing greenery. A winding staircase folds over the outside, which means you will complete some great exercise in the outdoors.