"New Treehouses of the World" by Pete Nolan (2009)

Anonymous, Tee Pee Treehouse, Eastern Pennsylvania. Made almost entirely of recycled materials.

Tee Pee Treehouse, interior. Rafters recycled from a nearby 100-year-old barn.

“New Treehouses of the World”, TreeHouse Workshop founder Pete Nelson’s fifth book, shows us how he constructs some of his own architectural creations, then brings us on a tour of some of the most breathtaking woodland habitations around the world. On shelves in May. Full sneak-preview on the LA Times website.

Visit Pete Nelson’s blog for information on house-building workshops and other upcoming TreeHouse Workshop projects.

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