design tree house

Somewhere within the forest of Whistler, Canada is Joel Allen’s uniquely shaped tree house called theHemLoft. Joel’s unparalleled drive to build the HemLoft is impressive. He says:

The HemLoft is a self-funded secret creation that I built on crown land in Whistler, Canada. It hangs on a precipitous slope, in a towering stand of Hemlocks, about a five minute walk from the nearest road. When I started building it, I was just a fledgling carpenter, living out of my car. Building an experimental orb deep in the woods, with no electrical power, isn’t the recommended way to ease yourself into carpentry. However, I was armed with a couple of the most powerful tools a carpenter can have: blind naiveté and supreme determination.

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Read the Hemloft’s full story here.


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