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10 Amazing Tree Houses: Plans, Pictures, Designs & Building Ideas

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? Some structures are built on trees or hung from trees, but some unusual tree house building designs are even grown from trees or built right into a tree. Some people live in trees as a luxury, some to help save the environment and others out of tradition or necessity. Here are ten incredible tree house building designs and ideas that range from functional to fanciful, sustainable to strange and affordable to incredibly expensive. 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. , interesting tree houses in the United States

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Treehouse Escapes Bring Owners Closer to Nature The Denver Post 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.

New Tree Cabin Features Rooftop Deck & Top-Down Entry Not to be outdone by the Mirror Cube or Bird’s Nest, this latest lofted tree hotel room in Sweden seems to shoot through its forest surroundings – a suspended steel bullet in the sky. Unlike its cousins, the means of support are attached at the top, with the cabin hanging from tree-connected steel beams. Likewise, an upper bridge leads to an entryway on the same level as the roof deck, with occupied spaces sitting below. New Zealand’s Whimsical Yellow Treehouse Restaurant The Yellow Treehouse Restaurant by New Zealand based Pacific Environments Architects Ltd. (PEL) is a stunning architectural feat perched high above a redwood forest. Appearing for all the world like an enormous chrysalis grafted onto a 40-meter-high redwood tree, the project is constructed of plantation poplar slats, redwood balustrading milled at the site, and it makes extensive use of natural lighting throughout. When approached by the Yellow Pages to design a treehouse, PEL jumped at the chance.

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. Unfortunately, it appears that most of those were imported, so no points for you!

The Treehotel in Sweden Treehotel, is a gorgeous collection of five uniquely designed treerooms, located in Harads, Sweden … The Mirrorcube The Bird’s Nest fuck yeah treehouses! fuck yeah treehouses! For the love of treehouses. Submit? 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. A dream treehouse · Sheepy Me I've always wanted a treehouse when I was a child but living in a city made it a little difficult. Instead, we would built forts, tents or just crawl under the bed to play. It's weird right now but back then we really loved having those hideouts where nobody could find us. We could stay there for as long as we wanted.

THE SLIFR MOVIE TREE HOUSE #1: INTRODUCTIONS Jim, Sheila, Jason: Welcome, all, to the inaugural edition of the SLIFR Movie Tree House, one which I hope will become an annual tradition in the style of a certain other yearly gathering of movie-oriented brains to both celebrate and perform an autopsy on the film year just past. But before I introduce this year’s participants, a word about the name of our enterprise would probably be, if nothing else, at least good form. Kid Builds Bicycle Powered Elevator for his DIY Tiny Treehouse Cabin on March 15, 2014 I just had to show you this amazing DIY bicycle powered elevator built for this tiny tree house cabin that’s up in air. Ethan got sick of climbing the ladder dozens of times a day to and from his self-built treehouse. So he did what anyone who owns a self-built treehouse would do… Build a cheap DIY elevator out of a bicycle.

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