AROUND THE WORLD
As children, we embraced the treehouse as our own personal haven, away from the prying eyes of adults. As adults, we encourage our children to build their own treehouse (with our supervision), so they too can have their own safe space for naughtiness and adventure (also with our supervision).
Despite our pre-existing beliefs, however, treehouses aren’t just for kids. They can be structures of wonder and beauty, bathed in green, and offering an escape surrounded by nature.
These leaf-laden abodes can be designed to house multiple people and even provide fine dining experiences.
Now, check out some fine examples ...
Clancy's comment: The first time I saw a treehouse was on an old black and white movie, 'Swiss Family Robinson', when I was a kid, and I've never forgotten it. Enchanting, eh?