Jay Hewitt is a handyman in Massachusetts who is definitely in the running for grandfather of the year. The experienced contractor is building an epic, 3-story, 40-foot-tall treehouse for his grandkids and family to enjoy.
I always thought living on a houseboat would be the ultimate way to spend your every day life. But watching this treehouse makes me doubt..
Designers Thor te Kulve and Robert McIntyre have devised a clever system that allows anyone to build a spiral staircase up the trunk of a tree without actually hurting it and without using tools.
A NO TRACE tree house conceived by Trees and People sprl in 2014. Dom'Up is 100% reversible and leave no trace in the trees, even after decades of use.
Bruno de Hemricourt de Grunne
This isn't some surreal work of art or alien structure – it's a tent! The Tentsile, a portable suspended tent (Tent? Treehouse? Hammock?) created by UK-based inventor Alex Shirley-Smith, solves the problem of setting up camp on rocky, muddy, or otherwise...
If you decide to live in a tree house, prepare yourself that the idea will also have some downsides to it as well. Ethan Schlussler from Sandpoint, Idaho eventually got tired of “climbing a ladder six and a half million times...
“I couldn’t build a tree house for my son so I built him a broccoli house instead,” lamented Brock Davis, a Minneapolis-based artist, who is also responsible for the famous Make Something Cool Every Day project that we've featured...