If you like to connect with nature with out sacrificing the luxuries of a soothing weekend retreat, you can now have the ideal of both worlds, thanks to this sustainable undertaking from Belgian company Trees and Individuals.
Dom’Up is an octagonal structure that is suspended between 2 trees. The modern treehouse generates an outside experience equivalent to glamping but has no impact on the setting, leaving no trace on the trees or the ground after the unit is deconstructed.
The unit can be constructed in 2 days. The treehouse is composed of a steel frame, composite wood floors and canvas walls, which can be tied up to let in light or pulled down for privacy. The 172-square-foot construction has a waterproof double roof and is even outfitted with a security net.
The aesthetic of the treehouse is easy and organic, yet even now created with interest to detail. The upscale framework is perfect for a backyard staycation, providing you the chance to recharge in nature while calming in the comforts of property.
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