Crump Treehouse is the hang-out spot of our childhood dreams (and our adult ones, too, to be honest).

Held by a gum on one side and a hill on the other, the treehouse looks out over the Derwent in Tasmania. Constructed largely from recycled materials – including a recently-demolished carport – the treehouse’s glazed façade makes the most of the sunshine and view. Within, a single room with a loft space clad in Baltic pine has play and rest requirements covered.

The building’s lofty A-frame evokes a sense of secrecy, and we can imagine Crump Treehouse is the site of endless fun and games.



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