Ils construisent des cabanes de rêve dans les arbres Grimper aux arbres, se réfugier dans les branches, et trouver le meilleur emplacement pour sa cabane : un jeu merveilleux pour beaucoup d’enfants. Et certains, en grandissant, en font leur métier. C’est le cas d’ Andreas Wenning, l’un des constructeurs de cabanes les plus innovants. >> À lire aussi : Tentez de gagner deux nuits dans une cabane sur l'eau avec notre concours Un rêve d’enfant : vivre dans les arbres Ses cabanes ne sont pas seulement des abris où se retirer pour passer un moment suspendu, hors du temps, et proche de la nature, mais aussi des perchoirs hors du commun. Comme cette petite chambre ovale, qui ressemble à un vaisseau spatial posé à mi-hauteur des arbres. Une autre de ses créations est elle aussi ovale, mais posée cette fois à la verticale. Une maison autour d’un tronc Andreas Wenning n’est pas le seul maître des cabanes outre-Rhin. Les chambres sont perchées : on peut donc passer la nuit à 10 mètres de haut.
TreeHouse Workshop, Located in Seattle Zamieszkaj na chwilę w domku na drzewie (ZDJĘCIA) Pod Nałęczowem powstał pierwszy pensjonat, który wznosi się ponad korony drzew. Widok jest zachwycający. "W drzewach" to kompleks trzech domków położonych w pięknych lasach, w pobliżu lessowych wąwozów. - Pomysł był dość spontaniczny, jako świeżo upieczeni rodzice chcieliśmy wybudować domek na drzewie dla naszego syna. Zobacz też: Pięć sposobów na domek wakacyjny bez pozwolenia na budowę. Region dostał dofinansowanie na rozwój turystyki z Unii Europejskiej, z którego skorzystali właściciele. Właściciele codziennie dostarczają swoim gościom śniadanie w koszach piknikowych, które zostawiają pod drzwiami. - Nie planujemy budować więcej domków, bo chcemy, żeby to miejsce pozostało kameralne. Kliknij w zdjęcie, żeby zobaczyć więcej
The Treehouse Guide - building/design reference How to Build a Treehouse | Pioneer Settler baumraum | home baumraum plans and builds inspiring dwellings for children and adults – from small playhuts for games and activities to exclusive permanent abodes. baumraum designs unique constructions for private clients as well as commercial enterprises in the hotel and catering sector and in tourism and leisure, but specializes in the design and construction of treehouses. The safety and durability of the constructions are of primary importance, but at the same time the trees and natural surroundings are handled with the utmost care. Our treehouses are a peaceful retreat where you and your guests can unwind from everyday life, a wonderful haven in the treetops. From the initial draft to completion, baumraum combines architectural skills with the competence of innovative craftspeople, landscape architects and tree experts. Baumraum designs and constructs rooms that give a feeling of well being at ground level, up in the trees, and on or beside water. Andreas Wenning
Treehouse at the Lodge in Loch Goil, Scotland on July 9, 2016 This is the treehouse at the Lodge in Loch Goil, Scotland. Dreamy, isn’t it? Wouldn’t it be great to stay in a place like this? Even if just for one night! Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Image © Flora Baker © TheLodge-Scotland.com Resources You can share this tiny house story with your friends and family for free using the e-mail and social media re-share buttons below. If you enjoyed this tiny house story you’ll absolutely LOVE our Free Daily Tiny House Newsletter with even more! More Like This: Explore our Tree Houses Section See The Latest: Go Back Home to See Our Latest Tiny Houses The following two tabs change content below. Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. Related Tree Cabin on a Permaculture Farm This is a tree cabin on a permaculture farm in Miami, Florida. March 14, 2016 In "Interiors" Bird's Nest Treehouse by Hiroshi Nakamura This is the bird's nest treehouse by Hiroshi Nakamura. March 17, 2016
World’s Largest Treehouse Cost $7 Million To Build Like something out of a fairy tale — and seriously, even the main character’s name is Lord Northumberland — this 6,000 sq ft. tree house is the world’s largest. Located on the grounds of Alnwick Gardens , about 95 miles north south of Edinburgh, Scotland, the leviathan soars 56ft. above the ground and is connected with 4,000-square-feet of suspended walkways. There’s even a 120-seat restaurant — as well as wobble bridges, classrooms, turrets, and God knows what else. Naturally, this building was also built sustainably with the website saying Canadian Cedar, Scandinavian Redwood and English and Scots pine were all used in construction. “The unique dining experience on offer in The Treehouse is nothing if not unusual. Locally-sourced food? All in all, construction (which was completed in 2005) cost roughly $7 million. I’ve got to meet this Lord Northumberland guy. via Alistercameron Pinterest
10 Amazing Tree Houses: Plans, Pictures, Designs & Building Ideas 10 Amazing Tree Houses: Plans, Pictures, Designs, Ideas & Kits Article by Urbanist, filed under Houses & Residential in the Architecture category. As a young child (or perhaps even an adult) who hasn’t dreamed of living tree houses? Baumraum treehouses blends classic notions of a simple wood structure in a tree with modernist angles, clean lines and other design elements. The mobile, durable and somehow fanciful Free Spirit Spheres can be hung from anything from trees to buildings and rock faces. The 4Treehouse by Lukasz Kos floats like a “Japanese lantern on stilts” and is situated to accommodate four existing trees on the site. The TreeHouse Workshop is a Seattle-based company that takes the art of constructing tree houses extremely seriously. The 02 Sustainability Tree House defies many of the conventions one associates with a typical tree house. It’s one thing to chain oneself to a tree in order to save it, but quite another to live in one! and tree houses you can actually build
Treehouse Escapes Bring Owners Closer to Nature The Denver Post | Apartment Therapy Re-Nest Most kids dream of a having a tree house, and even some adults. But the popularity of treehouses is booming with companies across the country building custom tree house escapes for those wanting to spend more time "outside".TreeHouse Workshop is a Seattle construction company that builds cozy tree houses all over the Pacific North West. In fact for them, treehouses have become so popular that they have built more than 100 structures in the past few years. And TreeHouse Workshop isn't alone: "More builders are attending treehouse workshops, and do-it-yourself newsletters, websites and blogs on the subject are sprouting up all over the Internet." Vermont-based foundation Forever Young Treehouses promotes the construction of universally accessible treehouses across the country. "We all have that need to escape, and a treehouse answers that need without having to go to a secluded beach in the Caribbean," says Anna Daeuble, the workshop's business manager and designer.
World’s Tallest Tree House The next piece of home design is truly mind-blowing. When you first mention a tree-house to someone, they expect you present a small structure not a four-level high jaw-dropping structure. The awesome tree-house featured here took almost 11 years to complete. Located in Tennessee, US, it is supported by 6 oak trees and a quarter of a million nails were supposedly used to build it. The owner, Horace Burgess, managed to create 3,000 square meters of living space. Even going through all the rooms of the gargantuan tree-house is an adventure in itself. Horace, who lived in the 10-story wooden house, said he begun to build in 1993 after he received a vision from God, who said he would never run out of materials if he built it. The tree house in Crossville Tennessee, the tallest in the world and took 11 years for builder Horace Burgess to finish Hard work: The entire house took more than 268,000 nails to build – and a lot of elbow grease Read all visitors reviews on Trip Advisor