Dom'Up is an innovative suspension-style tree cabin, designed by Dutch arboriculturist Bruno de Grunne and architect Nicolas d'Ursel, that is inspired by traditional treehouses and tree camping. This arboreal shelter is very easy to install and dismantle and is designed to not disturb the surrounding trees and environment.
The shelter uses a hanging system that effectively distributes the weight of the structure while minimizing impact on trees.It comes with a double canvas tent shelter, protective roofing, a spacious terrace and considerable interior space. The shelter's bed can easily be moved to the terrace to help you enjoy a night under the stars.
Dom'Up is a great example of how innovative technology and design can be used to help people get closer to nature without disrupting their environment.
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