Tent company Tentsile recently added three new models to its range of suspended tents.

It revealed Trillium, a small, stackable, versatile three-person hammock that can sleep up to three persons, Vista, a two-layer tree tent, and the biggest tent in the range, Trilogy – a massive communal shelter capable of holding six people, with three separate sleeping areas and a central canopy.

In 2014, Tensile revolutionized the world of camping by unveiling a suspended, portable tree houses – the Tentsile Tree Tent.

Tensile was invented by designers Alex Shirley-Smith and Kirk Kirchev in 2012, and picked up the 2015/2016 IPSO BrandNew award. As part of its environmental initiative, it also plants three trees for every tent bought.

More info: tentsile.com (h/t: mymodernmetcolossal)