Tuesday, May 08, 2007
Is a treehouse the best of all possible garden offices? It's certainly harder to imagine better shedworking conditions and for an excellent example of what is possible take a look at Treehouse Massage. Built in a 100-year-old Texan pecan tree, the treehouse is owned by Kent Portman (who also drew up the plans) who operates a massage business from its boughs. Floor level is 12ft off the ground with access via a spiral staircase. Inside is air conditioning, heating, a heated massage table (a must for any shedworker), sound system and skylights. There's a lovely slideshow on the site giving you a nice look at it, inside and out.
Posted by alex johnson at 9:33 AM