Street Art // Thursday, June 14, 2012
Built by Minister Horace Burgess, yes that’s right, a minister/very creative and motivated carpenter built this 100ft treehouse in Crossville, Tennessee. It took around 14 years to finish without any drawn out plans, aka blueprints. It has a spacious 10,000 square feet of room inside and the rent is most likely cheaper than your $1200 studio in the big ol’ city. Jealous.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Built illegally in the woods of Whistler on British Columbia’s government land, The Hemloft is a wonderfully designed egg-shaped tree house built by Former Canadian software developer and current carpenter, Joel Allen.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 27, 2011
We have always wanted to stay at the famed Treehotel in the northern Swedish wilderness. It takes isolated luxury to a whole new level. One of the benefits of going is having your very own Fire In the Sky moment with the UFO treehouse. It ain't cheap at $600 a night, but isolation, a luxury treehouse, and UFOs should never come cheap.