Near the northern Swedish village of Harads (close to the Arctic Circle) lies the Tree House Hotel, a project designed by Tham & Videgård Architects. The shelter itself is nestled high up in the trees and is supported by a lightweight aluminum structure hung around a tree trunk with a 4x4x4m box clad in mirrored glass. The facades reflect the surroundings and the sky, creating a camouflaged refuge. The interior is all plywood, and the windows give a 360º view of the forest. The construction alludes to how man relates to nature and how we use high-tech materials and products when exploring remote places in harsh climates (i.e. Goretex, Kevlar, composites, etc). There is room for two people comfortably, with a double bed, small bathroom, living room, and a rooftop terrace, with access to the cabin via a rope bridge. As a consideration for the birds in the area, the architects integrated a transparent UV color is laminated into the glass panes and are visible to the birds and invisible to the human eye.