Houses supported entirely or mostly by a tree or trees. For houses with ground support, see houses on posts.
A finely finished treehouse built in secret in the forests near Whistler in Canada. Since its revelation, the Hemloft is being moved to Canada Wilderness Adventures as part of their collection of recycled buildings.
Ken Godfrey's treehouse
Cable supported structure with a range of hardware examples to reference and useful detail in the photos and notes.
Large deck with an ongoing timber framed house and suspension bridge, using Garnier Limbs and cable supports.
Two treehouses in small trees, built over a few weekends.
Documentary of native peoples' treehouses. These are the most extreme and amazing treehouses you are likely to see! They cling up to 25m/82ft high in gravity defying perches on top of trees that seem barely able to carry their load. Yet the Korowai actually live and carry out their daily lives in these outstanding places. Make sure to click on 'Slideshow'.
Small, maple based treehouse.
Slideshow about a small treehouse built in the corner of the garden.
Treehouse and 'Margaritaville' deck
Two treehouses built from an incredible range of reclaimed materials in Perth, Ontario, Canada. Treehouse fever is setting in - there is already talk of a new treehouse to be added to the group.
Shechter Family treehouse
Spacious treehouse built between three trunks. Camouflage paint blends the structure with the tree. Also illustrates the potential problems of working from long ladders.
In my view, this is what treehouse building is all about. Never mind $100,000 mansions in the trees - just grab some wood and a hammer and get started!
Treehouse in Dijon, France.
Michel and Alex's treehouse with a lot of photos and details on the techniques used to build. The site is currently in French only, though an English translation is planned.
Keith and Lisa's treehouse
A great house set in two large pines. The house has several 4 foot wide windows, shingle siding and a traditional trapdoor in the floor.
Two children's treehouses and some model treehouses.
An ever-increasing collection of treehouses built in Costa Rican rainforest. The project is run as a residential development with building lots for sale, as well as accommodation for visitors. Only treehouses are allowed to be built, to preserve the structure and ecosystems of the rainforest. Electrical power comes from solar and a hydro system. Internet and drinking water connections are provided to each lot.
Treehouse by design
Treehouse news and stories from David Montie.
Heavy duty treehouse using custom built metal brackets and a cable suspended support method. Fitted with a wood stove for winter visits.
This old treehouse
Children's treehouse set between four trees.
Home Tree Home
Collection of treehouse news from Italy and around the world.
A 'treehouse in a week' project built in summer 2007.
La Cabane de Vincent
Blog about Vincent's treehouse building projects in France.
Built across several oak trees and suspended from chains to allow movement.
From the author of Treehouse Chronicles, a diary of treehouse stories and excerpts from the book.
CET photos on Flickr
Design and progress images of the Countryside Education Trust study centre (Hampshire, UK).
Valle de Sensaciones have a couple of small treehouses at their retreat.
Wordplayer treehouse in Los Angeles.
Using Garnier Limbs fitted by Michael Garnier himself.
A series of treehouses with a brief description of each.
In Austin, TX.
Kevin Mullin's treehouse
Two platforms built with knee braces in a stand of pine.
Small treehouse with staircase in Kelowna, BC, Canada.
Nicholas Von der Bosch's treehouse
A shingled spherical treehouse on cables that can be raised and lowered on the tall post to which it is attached.
Brief intro to this adventure park in southern England. Several treehouses and rope bridges.