Treehouse is a prefabricated housing concept from Portugal, designed by Appleton & Domingos and developed by Jular. It is based on sustainability and modularity. Houses grow according to the needs of families or individuals, in the same way as the new branches of a tree. Modules have an area of 22m² (237ft²) each and they are pluggable both horizontally and vertically.
Developed based on the Treehouse modular construction system, Treehouse Riga has been adapted for a new, more compact and flexible style. Offering the same levels of excellence and quality that characterise the original Treehouse, and created in a more minimalist architectural line, Treehouse Riga seeks to meet demand for smaller dwellings, both in the private and hotel/tourism segments. Treehouse Riga offers a living room with a built-in kitchen and the option to chose between a plan of either two bedrooms and a shared bathroom (making up a 44m² / 474ft² house) or three bedrooms and two bathrooms (a 66m² / 710ft² house). The patios, fenced and open, provide external living space. The smaller size of the Treehouse Riga is compensated by the relatively large glazed window bays which offer extensive views outside, expanding their interior spaces.
Jular is a family-owned company. The name has its origin in the name of the founders of the company: Júlia and Amaro Santos. Being in the wooden products market for 35 years and ten years in the market of wooden structures with the introduction of Treehouse, they guarantee of a good product and a good service.
You can download the Treehouse Riga brochure here.