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18 March 2010

Speaking of the Cherry Tree

I’ve been thinking for some time of putting a tree house in the cherry tree for the Minx. Does anyone know of any companies in the US putting together fab modern treehouse kits?

While I was having a desultory wander round the Internet in search of kids’ treehouses (instead of working I might add), I came across this fabulous restaurant in a treehouse from New Zealand.  The award winning Yellow Treehouse, was designed by architects Pacific Environments, and makes me want to go to New Zealand as fast as my little legs will carry me. Can someone in Seattle please do something this cool? After all there are plenty of trees here.

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I had this post all ready to go and then found that my blogging heroes, the always hilarious Tom and Lorenzo beat me to it. Looks like Project Runway is going to be good tonight!

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It's beyond gorgeous - but wouldn't you feel a bit like Edward Woodward at the end of the Wicker Man?

I think that is a worry, yes...

I think you should ask John to carry this treehouse kit at Velocity.

this might be as close as you get in regional Seattle:
http://www.treehouseworkshop.com/port_kids_07.html

That said, you might talk to one of the more interesting youngish architecture / design-build firms around town and see what they can do. Someone like Lead Pencil Studio, Zero Plus, Build LLC, or similar.

Stephanie, that's all REALLY helpful. Just need to inherit a ton of money now...

A bit of down home pride by proxy, via the Kiwi dh. :p That treehouse is AWESOME. :p

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