John Arne Loken
8 April 2007
I have built a Treehouse on the island called Utila, Honduras. My treehouse is the only on the island, and has got it all. Super good views and lots of space over 3 floors. On hot days I can turn my A/C on and just chill!
23 October 2006
I am going to start construction of a permanent tree house for domestic and visitor use in the Kafue river gorge system of the Zambezi valley. I want to use mostly railway track in concrete as foundations and build in and around the trees and rocks as opposed to being supported by the trees. I wanted to look at tree houses around the world to get some ideas. I am very far from Europe and States.
12 November 2002
Recently purchased land, in Aztec country in Southern Mexico, with three large, ancient trees just crying out for a beautiful cluster of tree-houses and tree-walks. Mountain included. I was always frustrated by my family in my attempts to build tree-houses in my former life in UK, before I came to beautiful Mexico with its wonderful Aztec people.
Mexico City, Mexico
5 September 2002
I'm building a tree house for my kids, in a tree called "Sauce" (I don't know this type of tree in English). Actually I'm beginning to establish what kind of walls I should use. The floor of the tree house is 12' off ground.
Rincon', Peurto Rico
31 Oct 1999
Technically not a treehouse, my bamboo pole house sits nevertheless 20' in the air, amongst the mango tree limbs. The bamboo poles are Guadua angustifolia, a bamboo native to Columbia. The "hooch" is accessible via a short bridge, and serves as the master bedroom of the otherwise conventional house.