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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.

The Treehouse Guide - Tree house supports construction tutorial Rainbow Family member 43 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

Fantasy Forest Tree House 8:57pm | Aug 21st, 2010 If this looks large to you, imagine how big it would seem to someone half your size or smaller. Like some childrens picture-book come to life, this ‘Enchanted Forest‘ wooden tree house may look a bit kitsch to us as adults from a design perspective – but for kids it is one very cool combination of fairy tale magic and real-life adventure. Held up by a combination of wooden beams and actual tree trunks, a spiral staircase connects this series of interdependent levels to effectively create a single (narrative) structure out of a number of semi-autonomous rooms and floors along the way. -Via Dornob stumble Tumblr

The Longest Photographic Exposures in History - The Latest - itchy i The tremendous popularity of this article with more than half a million (!) clicks in one month inspired me to contact the artist Michael Wesely himself. I felt there were questions by readers which I couldn't answer correctly without talking to Michael. And I also wanted to tell him how much his worked was loved and how many people saw it as an inspiration for their own works and lives. From the many comments I learned, that many of you were astonished by the beauty of the images but also by the technical aspects of their making. But Michael confirmed that he indeed created continuous, uninterrupted exposures over those long periods of time. Michael Wesely, Palast der Republik, Berlin (28.6.2006 - 19.12.2008), © Michael Wesely, Michael wanted to highlight that he also sees those lines as an indicator for something else. His works were truly a hard and long labour of love. It took Michael months and months of experimenting to make sure the negatives weren't going to be over-exposed.

How to Build a Treehouse | Pioneer Settler Fantasy Forest Tree House Straight out of a Kids Story Book If this looks large to you, imagine how big it would seem to someone half your size or smaller. Like some childrens picture-book come to life, this ‘Enchanted Forest‘ wooden tree house may look a bit kitsch to us as adults from a design perspective – but for kids it is one very cool combination of fairy tale magic and real-life adventure. Held up by a combination of wooden beams and actual tree trunks, a spiral staircase connects this series of interdependent levels to effectively create a single (narrative) structure out of a number of semi-autonomous rooms and floors along the way. Part of a larger theme park in the rural old-growth forests of British Columbia, this is part of a sizable fantasy-themed environment that blends natural wonders, wild animals and folklore classics both old and new in a kid-friendly resort setting.

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

20 Tree House Pictures: Play-Club Plans to Big-Kid Houses Treehouses are more popular than ever, as play spaces for children but also as luxury hotel (and even house) designs for adults. Some of the most fantastic plans and ideas can be traced to specialist designers and builders – and pictures of their work can provide some of the best inspiration (as well as an informal visual guide) for do-it-yourself recreational, residential and commercial tree buildings. Blue Forest is one such company, but far from the only one. Their specialty seems to lie somewhere between playful little fantasy structures and big educational spaces for children engaged in wildlife observation, forest ecology and related nature-oriented pursuits. The trick is to find a balance between safe and fun – railings are a must, as are sturdy supports, but whimsy and asymmetry help make these places feel more organic and engaging for younger visitors in particular. Some are like mansions, fortresses or castles – just set up on stilts instead of sitting on the ground.

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

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