Hobbit Abode

During a rainy spring, characterized by nearly daily heavy showers or thunderstorms, the Hobbit family was eventually tired of permanently getting their rear ends wet in their muddy earthen hut. Following much pondering, Papa Hobbit finally developed a bold idea on a sunny day in May: “What about setting up our new camp under the…

At ground level

The special feature of this tree house is that it may be easily accessed via a horizontal bridge. This is because the garden, which slopes steeply towards the small group of nut and cherry trees, is terraced. The platform has dimensions of 350 x 600 centimetres, starting at a height of about 2.5 meters following…

Nut tree house

Originally, the nut tree seemed to be too branched to offer sufficient space for a treehouse, as, following a rather radical pruning in the past, the tree branches at a height of about three and a half metres into approximately 10 smaller trunks having the diameter of a thigh, each of these being densely foliated…

Villa Villekulla

This treehouse had been intended as a surprise for the two youngest family members. For this reason, we only had a short period of two weeks to work our magic and transplant the semi-barrel-shaped hut, which had been prefabricated in our workshop, into the small group of trees consisting of two pines and one spruce…

Everything forbidden

There were two thick and tall twin-trees, late in their nineties, black pines, rather closely side by side, which were available for a treehouse, seven metres up in the air, offering a view onto the city. The client wanted to give himself the special present of a treehouse for his 50 th birthday. The fact…

Schneeberg View

A narrow and steep road winds its way through luscious mixed forest, leading to an open space with several farms and the adjacent pastures at an altitude of around 1000m. This place offers a magnificent view of the neighbouring hills and peaks of the foothills of the Alps, crowned by the majestic peak of the…