Environmentalist Peter Bahouth from Atlanta, Georgia, has fond memories of treehouses from his childhood. So, he decided to recreate those memories by parrtnering with local builder Nick Hobbs to create a treehouse city. To accomplish this, he started off with a previously purchased plot of land next to his house, and with Hobbs, selected a trio of nearly equidistant trees to build around. The result is what you see above, all linked together by a suspension bridge. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

According to My Modern Met, “Each house is loaded with salvaged materials, antiques, and meaningful objects. You first enter Mind, which is meant as a place to gather, and includes ample seating for guests. The second treehouse, Body, is a bedroom that’s filled with original art and a platform bed that slides out under the tree canopy. Spirit is a round platform that is the tallest of the three and boasts an incredible view of the sunset. The rustic treehouses also come equipped with a hammock for lazy afternoons and a bull’s eye for playing blow darts. Coupled with the cozy interiors, they’re the perfect spot to entertain friends or enjoy a night outdoors and feel closer to nature.”



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