Every child dreams about building a treehouse with his father and then living in it the entire summer. Maybe, some of us weren’t lucky enough to play in a treehouse and to spend time with our friends up in the tree, making jokes or telling creepy stories. What’s so special about these suspended little houses? Well, they give you the sense of harmony with nature, wilderness and the sensation that there are no rules and everything is permitted.
Some adults, who have not had the chance of owning a treehouse during their childhood, are fulfilling their dream at the age of maturity.
Here are 20 of the most impressive pieces from all over the world.
A Treehouse In British Columbia, Canada
Mirror Tree House in Sweden
A Treehouse For The Mind, Body, And Spirit
Abandoned Victorian Treehouse
La Casa del Àrbol
Treehouse in Amberley, UK
Treehouse in Wales, UK (architect Peter Canham)
Hemloft in Whistler, BC, Canada
Alnwick Garden Treehouse
Skyscraper Tree House at the Korowai Tribe, Southeast Indonesian Province of Papua
Earth Bound Ship
Upper Pond Treehouse in Issaquah, Washington
Peek-a-boo: Lost in Tranquility, ‘vaan’ at Rajkot, Gujarat, India (ar. Kamlesh Parekh)
Treehouse on Henry Island
Treehouse surrounded by yellow
Living the Highlife Treehouse in UK
The Blue Cone
Tom’s Treehouse in Wisconsin, USA