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Another view of the Yellow Tree House by Pacific Environment Architects, built around a redwood tree 40 meters high and meters in diameter at its base. Located north of Auckland in New Zealand,

Crystal River Tree House by David Rasmussen

How many cool tree houses are there? Crystal River Treehouse, Carbondale, Colorado (photo via hometree)

Tree houses of the world... yes please!

Tree houses of the world

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Crystal River Tree House. TreeHouse. Treehouses Pixodium - Selected pictures blog organized in thematic feeds. All images on this website are found in internet and presented with reference link to the source..

Crystal River Tree house: A Rustic Loft Perched Above an Icy Colorado River. David Rasmussen, treehouse expert, designed and built this “treehouse” with log columns as the main support, since the trees on the property are not strong enough to build on.

Casita del arbol

Treehouses : To live close to nature is a dream many have. Here are some interesting photos of houses built around and on top of trees.

Treehouse Point,  a treehouse bed and breakfast owned by Pete and Judy Nelson in Issaquah, WA. Photos by Adam Crowley.

Treehouse Point

No way! Treehouses you can rent, in Washington! "Treehouses of Treehouse Point - Upper Pond" @ Kaarina Pixton

mirrored tree house in Sweden. The Mirrorcube at Treehotel.

Mirrored tree house in Sweden. The Mirrorcube at Treehotel. Why is all the cool stuff in Sweden?

French company La Cabane Perchee ("cabins perched") designs, builds and installs beautiful treehouses such as those pictured above. Commissioned by private clients and resorts around the world, they have built over 120 custom cabins averaging 160-200 square feet, many with an added terrace of 110 square feet.

Amazing Treehouses by La Cabane Perchee

This unbelievably high treehouse is perched near the apex of a Austrian pine in Saleve Mountain, France. The treehouse is supported by a hidden ring; guests who brave the nearly spiral staircase are rewarded with views of Lake Geneva.

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