Dom’Up Suspension Style Treehouse Cabin

Dec 14, 2015

Category: Living

For many of us, the treehouse represents a golden period in our lives, when we unknowingly risked life and limb to scurry up a sturdy oak tree and read a dirty magazine in our non-OSHA-approved, dad-built treehouse. We’re happy to report you can now return to those glory days – without bothering dad – with Dom’Up, a suspension style cabin that promises to take your outdoor adventures to new heights.

Dutch arboriculturist Bruno de Grunne and architect Nicolas d’Ursel from Trees and People are behind this innovative invention that features a UV-resistant roof made from durable thermo-welded tarpaulin. The lightweight 172 sq. ft. platform gets hung between two trees, as the galvanized steel and natural (and removable) wooden flooring round out the support. The makers say Dom’Up ($28,215) does take a couple of days to fully set up, but that it can then stay elevated in the trees for years. [Purchase]

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