The treehouse tent Dom'Up is a fun but expensive solution to many adults' unfulfilled dreams of having their treehouse. The Dom'Up is a suspension treehouse tent by Dutch arboriculturist Bruno de Grunne and the French arboreal society Trees and People.
The most interesting element of the Dom'Up treehouse tent is that it has been engineered so that the trees are left without any damage, which is a new concept, as regular treehouses often do severe damage to the structure of the tree.
The Dom'Up needs only two trees for support but takes a whole two days to install, although it can be left up for several years, and offers 16 meters of space inside, with a waterproof roof, wood floors and canvas walls.
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