Tree houses are nothing new or special, but this one in Vail, Colorado, aims to be different. Designed by architect Missy Brown, this suspended cabin of sorts located in the middle of the great outdoors, and is anchored to a 90-foot spruce tree on the owner’s property. It’s been stabilized with several fallen pine trees for extra support. A spiral stair case leads right to the front door, where guests are welcomed with a surprisingly open living space. In addition to the sleeping quarters and writing desk, there’s also a rooftop terrace, perfect for catching up with friends on a warm summer day, or just watching the sunset. During the colder winter months, an electrical baseboard keeps the inside warm. Continue reading for more pictures.