A treehouse! A promise of adventure for the kids, a retreat for the adults and a romantic hideaway close to nature. Tree houses are the buildings that are constructed among the branches or next to the trunk of one or more mature trees, and are raised above the ground.
1. Free Spirit Spheres
Country: Canada Location: Vancouver Island Built on vision and engineering, these handcrafted spheres are suspended like pendants from a web of rope. It is a truly unique place in the world. Healing, meditation, photography, canopy research, leisure and game watching are just some of the things you can do here.
2. Frog Prince
3. World’s Largest Tree House
Country: Edinburgh Location: on the grounds of Alnwick Gardens just 95 miles south of Edinburgh This 6000 square foot tree house. It is 56 feet above the ground and is connected with 4000 square feet of suspended walkways. It also consists of a restaurant that seats 120 people as well as classrooms, cafes, turrets, wobbly bridges, and imported wood from all over the world.
4. The Too High Tree House
Country: Nagano This beautiful Tree house was built by Terunobu Fujimori. He is a professor of architecture at the University of Tokyo.
5. The 4Treehouse
Country: Canada This tree house floats like a Japanese lantern on stilts and is situated to accommodate four existing trees on the site.
6. TreeHouse Workshop
Country: United States Location: Seattle TreeHouse Workshop is a Seattle based 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.
Country: EnglandThis tree house is a modular system which capitalizes on the beauty of its setting whilst minimizing its impact upon it. The layout, along with panoramic windows, maximize benefit of the sun path, orientated so the kitchen enjoys morning light whilst the living and bedroom spaces have the pleasure of the sunset and twilight.
8. The Monstro II
Country: England I love the stuff you can look at and use your imagination to say something about it. This tree house was built by two brothers brothers Ron and John Daniels who converted their imagination into a reality.]]>