Dom’Up Treehouse

Finally a treehouse for the grownups! Dutch arboriculturist Bruno de Grunne and architect Nicolas d’Ursel from Trees and People have invented a new suspension style cabin called Dom’Up. This innovative treehouse draws inspiration from tree camping and traditional treehouse structures. The platform uses a proprietary suspension and anchor system to suspend itself between two trees, distributing the weight of the structure without damaging the trees. The 16 square meter Dom’Up shelter, which has a galvanized steel frame, wood floors, canvas walls, and a roof made from heavy duty waterproof tarp material, features a safety rail around the outer perimeter, as well as a “fall arrest net,” and is said to be “an economical and environmentally friendly alternative to treehouses.”

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