What could be better than kicking back in a tree house? Exactly.

Japanese architect Masanori Kuwabara has made a client's dream come true, designing Cloud and allowing the client to "sleep in the trees." Kuwabara, the CEO of Sabaoarch, solved the unique challenge by producing a space built on a curvilinear outline that house three rooms for standing, sitting, or sleeping. Slatted floorboards keep ran from pooling, and despite rocking gently in the wind, the structure is completely secure. Talk about melting the boundary of nature and architecture.

[via Frame]