Boxy Wooden Treehouse Tower Now Open in Netherlands!

by , 08/31/10
filed under: Architecture

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Standing at 25 meters high, the wooden tower is supported by a steel skeleton with staircases going up between and across the cubes. Only two of the six cubes are accessible, with the third one being the start platform for the rope slide and high rope track. In the top box, people can take in the scenery, or if they’re brave, try abseiling or rappelling. There is also an adjacent bistro if all of that physical activity makes you hungry.

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  1. bree September 2, 2010 at 3:57 pm

    Can we get more specific information about the location?

  2. Ekk August 31, 2010 at 3:33 pm

    I love anything tree house! We are building tree houses on our Panama island property, Isla Palenque. They are not quite as boxy, a bit more integrated into the jungle, but then again our jungle is much denser than the forest pictured here. Incredible design though, very cool.

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