The Pinecone Treehouse: A Spectacular Tiny Home In The Trees

This is one you need to see to believe. Shaped like a pinecone and suspended from a circle of towering redwood trees, this geometric masterpiece hangs suspended like an otherworldly temple amongst the canopy.

Constructed by treehouse master-builder Dustin Feider, this home in the treetops is not only a work of art, but also an engineering marvel.

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If you’ve ever dreamt of building a home, or even just a in the trees, this treehouse is one that you you won’t want to miss!

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Presented and Produced by: Bryce Langston
Camera: Bryce Langston & Rasa Pescud
Editing: Rasa Pescud

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  1. I would love to spend a night in there! But I’m terrified of heights and couldn’t get up that ladder without a panic attack 😞 It’s so gorgeous though, especially lit up at night! 😍😍

  2. So nice!! Two comments: where is sustainability here? And symbiotic?? Come on, do you know the meaning of this word?: the trees definitely dont need you and your structure. Would be better of alone…

  3. I love the design, however I wish the architect had supported the cone with rods instead of cables drilled into beautiful trees. I think it’s really strange to build a temple to nature and at the same time seriously maim many trees in the surroundings. Other treehouse builders have created better and and more sustainable attachment methods.

  4. Cool treehouse, but it would be much cooler if they dont hurt the trees with chainsaws. there are ways to build a treehouse without hurting the trees

  5. I’m in love a tree houses myself but yet I have never seen an acorn or pine cone tree house that looks that awesome thanks for sharing that with us it was beautiful it touched my heart so much I want to sit down and design my own O that be nice thank you again keep up the good work

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