We were there – on the annual World Treehouse Conference in Takilma, Oregon. Johannes, Christopher and me, representing half of the Baumba..
Last week we reported about the art project „The Tree Walker“, today we present an interview with Christoph Both-Asmus. During our Skype-c..
The rainforests tree tops remind him of cauliflower, says Christoph Both-Asmus from Berlin, Germany. To once walk across those hanging gar..
Our new workshop south of Munich is ready for us to move in. We celebrated this special occasion with a little housewarming party and BBQ…
This little indoor-treehouse is part of the solo-show “from the rooftop”, featuring works from Jan Davidoff. Matching the themes of the pa..
It takes several generations for the Khasi people of Meghalaya, India, to build these living bridges. Roots of the banyan-tree are guided ..
These beautiful miniature treehouses from CALAFANT made of cardboard are suited to bridge the time to the kids first very own treehouse in..
Just before the end of last year we built this little treehouse in the Stuttgart area around a pear tree. The porch on the one side with a..
The treehouse from the last post is completed! Inside, a bunkbed is waiting for visitors. Bedded in soft blankets with a view in the trees..
One hour south of Hamburg, at the banks of a little private swimming lake we are currently working on a new treehouse. Perched between two..
!–?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-8″ standalone=”no”?–Following Transport for London’s (TfL) tender for proposals to improve pedestri..
We’ve just completed the work on our latest treehouse! Climb up the net, similar to a sailing ships shrouds, to the main deck and go up th..
This is part two of the treehouse interviews, part one being Moki. Matt & Roxy, whose work was featured here on this blog, now took the ti..