Erlebnest is a Breezy Open-Air Treehouse Retreat in Germany

by , 07/21/12

Erlebnest, Treehouse, Germany, Cambium, tree houses, cocoon, Bingen on the Rhine

Cambium is a company based in German’s Allgäu region that specializes in treehouse construction, suspended rope and bridge courses, and forest climbing equipment. The Erlebnest is made of a steel frame with strips of larch wood forming the structure, and it blends into its wooded surroundings. The lounge area is big enough for a party of four, and the “cocoon” sleeping area features a king-size bed. If the weather turns while you’re in there, a large rain flap can be pulled down to protect you from the elements.

Because it has no walls, the 9-square-meter Erlebnest platform affords spectacular views of the surrounding forest. The first Erlebnest has been installed in Bingen am Rhein, and Cambium plans to build six more of them next year in Lake Constance. And if you’d like to build one of these unique treehouses on your own property, the company also offers kits for sale and provides help setting them up.

+ Cambium GmBH

+ Erlebnest

Via TreeHugger

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  1. Kirra July 21, 2012 at 1:10 pm

    I want to live in one of these

  2. Simon Cassier July 19, 2012 at 4:27 pm

    The Sister of the Lounge and the Cocoon. Die Muschel.

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