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Sweden's Treehotel, a Getaway for Forest Sprites Who Only Wear Black

New photos of a developing architectural wonderland, by photographer Elisabeth Toll

Parisian photographer Elisabeth Toll has snapped stunning photographs of Treehotel, the enchanting new eco-lodge built in the pines of Sweden's Boreal forest.

The hotel opened over the summer, as we reported, and includes a clutch of treehouses for rent. Among them: a modish cabin (above); a human-sized bird's nest (below); and a mirror-fronted cube that reminded us of a scene from Predator. Prices range from $500 to $600 a night.

For more of our coverage of Treehotel, go here and here. Also, be sure to check out their Facebook page for construction updates and photos, including a beautiful shot of one of the treehouses in the snow.

[Images via Nowness]