tree house

To get the most out of your rainforest experience, you have to either do a night walk, or a night boat ride with a guide and a spotlight to try to see the many nocturnal species of the Amazon.
'Elevate' is bringing the discussion around tiny homes to new heights.
No matter what season, these incredible tree-house hotels offer lodging experiences you won't soon forget.
Treehouses are the newest housing trend that make us want to return to our childhood roots. From these insanely awesome treehouse
From rugged cabins tucked away deep within the rainforest to elegant abodes equipped with endless amenities, a wide variety of styles and locations to choose from make it easy to create the treehouse getaway of your dreams. (We know, your 7-year-old self is jumping up and down right now.)
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Emmanuel Grymonpré has invented a new style of treehouse. The shelters he's built in trees overlooking the Spanish Pyrenees don't rely on any ground support. Instead they're suspended like birdcages over 20 feet in the air by simple cables.
If there is something lonely and frightening in these images, there is also something dream-like and remembered -- something fed by our own fantasies -- the desire for freedom and safety, the desire to provide for oneself.
Mike Starn at the 54th Venice Biennale, Photo K Lala Starn said he thought it might rise another twenty five feet before
From Inhabitat: While it may look like the work of an enormous bird, the human-sized nests below were actually made by artist