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Tree Houses Rise to Haute New Heights1 of 7
Deep inside a walnut forest in Germany, we found this charming tree house that's shaped like the nut itself. It's used as a playroom and as an occasional guest room.
The Spiral House2 of 7
We're not sure if we are more impressed by the tree house itself or the staircase to get to it. The French builders chose to dramatically wind the spiral staircase around the trunk.
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Sophie's Dream House3 of 7
The U.K.'s Daily Telegraph called for the nation's children to submit their best tree house designs. Sophie Hughes, 11, beat out 800 contestants and, as her prize, builders recreated the design in her garden.
Lifepod4 of 7
This small, oval-shaped cabin can be moved and assembled almost anywhere. It can be used as a small office or guest room, and can accommodate two people for several days. The structure can be fixed to any terrain or elevated high into the air.
Treetent5 of 7
Built by renowned artist Dre Wapenaar, this tree pod was originally designed as a refuge for British activists during deforestation protests. It can sleep up to two adults or four children.
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Kitchenette Climber6 of 7
This getaway in an old Scottish pine is equipped with full kitchen facilities. And, to work up an appetite, there's also a swing and slide installed on the side of the house.
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Home Office Tree House7 of 7
The parents of four little girls commissioned a French design company to fit two pretty houses and a terrace on one large, imposing oak. A table is engraved with names and images of surrounding trees.
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