BROOKLYN TREEHOUSE - Can you believe it? It’s a real life treehouse… in Brooklyn! Pratt Institute graduate, Alexandra Meyn, built a treehouse behind her apartment building in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.
A very nice two story construction with a post-modern touch. The man who lived in the house designed and built it himself. The lower deck is a great place for overlooking the beautiful area and the river.
Treehouse, Crystal River, Colorado photo via lori (Blue Pueblo)
Everyone and I guess every one, as a kid dreams about owning a tree house in the garden and I am no exception to that. But the sphere of the tree houses have grown larger and they are no more confined to the dreams of children. They are not just for kids
In spring of Foster Huntington & friends broke ground on a building project in the Columbia River Gorge. The project included a multi-platform treehouse called 'The Cinder Cone' perched above a skate bowl & a wood fired soaking tub.
The Enchanted Forest Tree House. Monashee Mountains, B., Canada - a three-level tree house straight from a fairy tale. Supported by several tree trunks with a long spiraling staircase connecting all the levels. The Monashee Mountains, Canada.
This rustic getaway cabin stands in a Redwood grove on an 80 acre parcel that was once owned by Robert Louis Stevenson. It features doors and windows that were reclaimed from the original RLS house as well many parts custom fabricated by THW in WA State.
When I was a kid we had a Tree House in the back yard. It was about 8 feet up in a big oak tree. It was a simple creation four walls, a wooden plank floor and a roof covered with leftover shingles. It was nothing fancy, but held a lot of memories in.