About this reports the Bjarke Ingels Group on its Facebook page.
The unusual room became the eighth among the Treehotel cottages, which is located in the forests of Swedish Lapland. The main concept of the hotel is full interaction with nature. Having visited this place once, BIG founder Bjarke Ingels decided to join the project.
The eighth room, or "Biosphere" has an area of 34 square meters. You can get inside through a suspension bridge. The sphere is surrounded by 350 birdhouses of various sizes, which should attract birds of various species.
Ornithologist Ochman, a project participant, hopes that this initiative will inspire others to build their own aviaries and create new habitats for the dwindling bird population in northern Sweden.
Inside the room, the space is divided into two levels - the lower living room and the upper bedroom. The interior is characterized by rich dark colors and organic materials inspired by the surrounding forest.
"Biosphere" will be open for visitors in May this year.