Check out our current 2018 treehouse, going up right now in Asheville!
World Treehouses was on the news! Watch this video from Asheville's ABC station to learn what's behind Adam Laufer's love for treehouses and how they connect his clients to Nature:
Why build a treehouse?
A treehouse is a structure that holds the magic and beauty of Nature and provides the space for our souls to soak in peace.
Being in the trees allows us to connect with the natural world, an experience often missing in our modern lives.
A treehouse is a safe-house from the distractions of our busy human activities.
A treehouse provides space for us to unwind, let go and allow our imaginations to play. These beautiful structures give us the opportunity to quiet down enough to hear the voice of the natural world.
Forests are the ultimate communities. They remind us that our well-being is interdependent with other human and non-human beings and our environment. A treehouse can humble our “grandness,” allowing us to slow down and develop good relations with each other and everything around us.
Most importantly, forests, trees and treehouses are lots of fun! That's why we love building treehouses (and why you'll love having one).
Ready to talk treehouse?
My team and I can build you a treehouse, platform, bridge or other tree project for living, playing, meditating, community gatherings, connecting with nature, or all of the above. We're located in Asheville, NC but may travel for the right project. Please contact me to connect about treehouses, trees, or forests. I look forward to hearing from you!
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Our latest Asheville NC tree house is going up quickly! Here are some recent photos of our process. World Treehouses’ Adam Laufer says, “Each tree house is uniquely different. Our challenge is to be open and listen to our client, the tree, and the surrounding landscape. The tree dictates what we can build in it. We depend on the health of the tree to support the structure we create, so we are careful to disturb the tree as little as possible. The trees we’re working on for this project (Georgia and Winston) are both white oaks. One (Georgia) is very healthy and strong, and the other (Winston) had a previous wound. So we are only using Winston as a lateral brace to help support the tree house. He gets to be part of the party, but he doesn’t have to take the weight!” Don’t miss our upcoming photos! Follow us on social media: Asheville Treehouse Dreamin'…and Buildin' World Treehouses is an Asheville-based builder of treehouses, tree platforms, rope and suspension bridges, and other tree-centered projects. Want a tree house in […]
Building the dream! Downtown Asheville gets a new tree house. In this shot, World Treehouse’s Michael Stam works on the foundation base for our new tree house in downtown Asheville. This studio space in the trees will connect via suspension bridge to our client’s house-attached deck. She is excited to watch the treehouse go up! She says, “Thanks, guys! I am so deeply grateful for the amazing work you are doing!“ World Treehouses is an Asheville-based builder of treehouses, tree platforms, rope and suspension bridges, and other tree-centered projects. Want a tree house in the Asheville NC area or beyond? Get in touch.
Adam and Michael created a scaled model of their upcoming Asheville-area treehouse. It will be used as a studio/office space for their client. We can’t wait to start work on the larger version! Stay tuned for more photos and videos of this project… World Treehouses is an Asheville-based builder of treehouses, tree platforms, rope and suspension bridges, and other tree-centered projects.
Asheville NC treehouse builders Adam Laufer and Michael Stam create a model for their new treehouse. It will be an office/studio space in the downtown area. World Treehouses is an Asheville-based builder of treehouses, tree platforms, rope and suspension bridges, and other tree-centered projects.