Treehotel co-founder Kent Lindvall sits on the roof of The Cabin on the construction site of Treehotel in the Swedish village of Harads, July 5, 2010. A lofty new hotel concept is set to open in a remote village in northern Sweden, which aims to elevate the simple treehouse into a world-class destination for design-conscious travellers. Treehotel, located in Harads about 60 km south of the Arctic Circle, will consist of four rooms when it opens on July 17th: The Cabin, The Blue Cone, The Nest and The Mirrorcube. Picture taken July 5, 2010.     To match Reuters Life! SWEDEN-TREEHOTEL/    REUTER
RM2D19NGGTreehotel co-founder Kent Lindvall sits on the roof of The Cabin on the construction site of Treehotel in the Swedish village of Harads, July 5, 2010. A lofty new hotel concept is set to open in a remote village in northern Sweden, which aims to elevate the simple treehouse into a world-class destination for design-conscious travellers. Treehotel, located in Harads about 60 km south of the Arctic Circle, will consist of four rooms when it opens on July 17th: The Cabin, The Blue Cone, The Nest and The Mirrorcube. Picture taken July 5, 2010. To match Reuters Life! SWEDEN-TREEHOTEL/ REUTER
Treehotel co-founder Kent Lindvall poses for a picture on the rooftop balcony of The Cabin on the construction site of Treehotel in the Swedish village of Harads, July 5, 2010. A lofty new hotel concept is set to open in a remote village in northern Sweden, which aims to elevate the simple treehouse into a world-class destination for design-conscious travellers. Treehotel, located in Harads about 60 km south of the Arctic Circle, will consist of four rooms when it opens on July 17th: The Cabin, The Blue Cone, The Nest and The Mirrorcube. Picture taken July 5, 2010.     To match Reuters Life! S
RM2E6P5BCTreehotel co-founder Kent Lindvall poses for a picture on the rooftop balcony of The Cabin on the construction site of Treehotel in the Swedish village of Harads, July 5, 2010. A lofty new hotel concept is set to open in a remote village in northern Sweden, which aims to elevate the simple treehouse into a world-class destination for design-conscious travellers. Treehotel, located in Harads about 60 km south of the Arctic Circle, will consist of four rooms when it opens on July 17th: The Cabin, The Blue Cone, The Nest and The Mirrorcube. Picture taken July 5, 2010. To match Reuters Life! S
Treehotel co-founder Kent Lindvall stands on the scaffolding around The Nest on the construction site of Treehotel in the Swedish village of Harads, July 5, 2010. A lofty new hotel concept is set to open in a remote village in northern Sweden, which aims to elevate the simple treehouse into a world-class destination for design-conscious travellers. Treehotel, located in Harads about 60 km south of the Arctic Circle, will consist of four rooms when it opens on July 17th: The Cabin, The Blue Cone, The Nest and The Mirrorcube. Picture taken July 5, 2010.     To match Reuters Life! SWEDEN-TREEHOTE
RM2D33G7FTreehotel co-founder Kent Lindvall stands on the scaffolding around The Nest on the construction site of Treehotel in the Swedish village of Harads, July 5, 2010. A lofty new hotel concept is set to open in a remote village in northern Sweden, which aims to elevate the simple treehouse into a world-class destination for design-conscious travellers. Treehotel, located in Harads about 60 km south of the Arctic Circle, will consist of four rooms when it opens on July 17th: The Cabin, The Blue Cone, The Nest and The Mirrorcube. Picture taken July 5, 2010. To match Reuters Life! SWEDEN-TREEHOTE
Treehotel co-founder Kent Lindvall looks at one of the walls of The Mirrorcube on the construction site of Treehotel in the Swedish village of Harads, July 5, 2010. A lofty new hotel concept is set to open in a remote village in northern Sweden, which aims to elevate the simple treehouse into a world-class destination for design-conscious travellers. Treehotel, located in Harads about 60 km south of the Arctic Circle, will consist of four rooms when it opens on July 17th: The Cabin, The Blue Cone, The Nest and The Mirrorcube. Picture taken July 5, 2010.     To match Reuters Life! SWEDEN-TREEHO
RM2D1KN9BTreehotel co-founder Kent Lindvall looks at one of the walls of The Mirrorcube on the construction site of Treehotel in the Swedish village of Harads, July 5, 2010. A lofty new hotel concept is set to open in a remote village in northern Sweden, which aims to elevate the simple treehouse into a world-class destination for design-conscious travellers. Treehotel, located in Harads about 60 km south of the Arctic Circle, will consist of four rooms when it opens on July 17th: The Cabin, The Blue Cone, The Nest and The Mirrorcube. Picture taken July 5, 2010. To match Reuters Life! SWEDEN-TREEHO
Treehotel co-founder Kent Lindvall looks out of the windows of The Cabin on the construction site of Treehotel in the Swedish village of Harads, July 5, 2010. A lofty new hotel concept is set to open in a remote village in northern Sweden, which aims to elevate the simple treehouse into a world-class destination for design-conscious travellers. Treehotel, located in Harads about 60 km south of the Arctic Circle, will consist of four rooms when it opens on July 17th: The Cabin, The Blue Cone, The Nest and The Mirrorcube. Picture taken July 5, 2010.     To match Reuters Life! SWEDEN-TREEHOTEL/
RM2D2AEFFTreehotel co-founder Kent Lindvall looks out of the windows of The Cabin on the construction site of Treehotel in the Swedish village of Harads, July 5, 2010. A lofty new hotel concept is set to open in a remote village in northern Sweden, which aims to elevate the simple treehouse into a world-class destination for design-conscious travellers. Treehotel, located in Harads about 60 km south of the Arctic Circle, will consist of four rooms when it opens on July 17th: The Cabin, The Blue Cone, The Nest and The Mirrorcube. Picture taken July 5, 2010. To match Reuters Life! SWEDEN-TREEHOTEL/
Treehotel co-founder Kent Lindvall poses for a picture on the construction site of Treehotel in the Swedish village of Harads, July 5, 2010. A lofty new hotel concept is set to open in a remote village in northern Sweden, which aims to elevate the simple treehouse into a world-class destination for design-conscious travellers. Treehotel, located in Harads about 60 km south of the Arctic Circle, will consist of four rooms when it opens on July 17th: The Cabin, The Blue Cone, The Nest and The Mirrorcube. Picture taken July 5, 2010.     To match Reuters Life! SWEDEN-TREEHOTEL/   REUTERS/Matt Cowa
RM2E6P5BATreehotel co-founder Kent Lindvall poses for a picture on the construction site of Treehotel in the Swedish village of Harads, July 5, 2010. A lofty new hotel concept is set to open in a remote village in northern Sweden, which aims to elevate the simple treehouse into a world-class destination for design-conscious travellers. Treehotel, located in Harads about 60 km south of the Arctic Circle, will consist of four rooms when it opens on July 17th: The Cabin, The Blue Cone, The Nest and The Mirrorcube. Picture taken July 5, 2010. To match Reuters Life! SWEDEN-TREEHOTEL/ REUTERS/Matt Cowa
Treehotel co-founder Kent Lindvall poses for a picture in front of the TreeSauna on the construction site of Treehotel in the Swedish village of Harads, July 5, 2010. A lofty new hotel concept is set to open in a remote village in northern Sweden, which aims to elevate the simple treehouse into a world-class destination for design-conscious travellers. Treehotel, located in Harads about 60 km south of the Arctic Circle, will consist of four rooms when it opens on July 17th: The Cabin, The Blue Cone, The Nest and The Mirrorcube. Picture taken July 5, 2010.     To match Reuters Life! SWEDEN-TREE
RM2D2XAM5Treehotel co-founder Kent Lindvall poses for a picture in front of the TreeSauna on the construction site of Treehotel in the Swedish village of Harads, July 5, 2010. A lofty new hotel concept is set to open in a remote village in northern Sweden, which aims to elevate the simple treehouse into a world-class destination for design-conscious travellers. Treehotel, located in Harads about 60 km south of the Arctic Circle, will consist of four rooms when it opens on July 17th: The Cabin, The Blue Cone, The Nest and The Mirrorcube. Picture taken July 5, 2010. To match Reuters Life! SWEDEN-TREE