Tree houses are one of idyllic childhood symbols. A special place, away from parents and school, that is just your own. It’s not hard to see why it’s an idea that’s persisted for generations. But actually building the tree house isn’t kids’ work.
Amazing tree house, set on the very top of the tree, from where you can see if the pirates are coming and in what numbers. It also has a boat with a pulley so that on case of siege, you can flee away. This is truly a fairy tale tree house!
Colin’s Place Barrington, Rhode Island – When Colin’s Mom inquired about having us design and build a backyard tree house for him as a gift from his Grandmother – little did we know that our young client would be one
Pacific Environment built The Yellow around a high in New Zealand. The structure is made of plantation poplar slats and used extensive natural lighting throughout. The tree house was built as a marketing promotion for New Zealand Yellow Pages.