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Treehouse Masters Season 11: Lifted Lodge

It was a delight to build this multi-pod treehouse with unobstructed views of Mt. Hood.


Treehouse Masters Season 11: Reciprocal Roost

This luxe, British-themed lair would befit the likes of James Bond. Inside, its wet bar and posh living room are capped with an artful reciprocal roof. For another 007-worthy touch, a built-in bookcase hides a secret door to the sub-platform bedroom.


Treehouse Masters Season 11: Antonio Brown's Steel City Skybox

We took luxury box seating to the trees for Antonio Brown of the Pittsburgh Steelers! Its two stories, wall of windows, crow's nest, and sub-level bar all overlook a basketball court and football field. Antonio's treehouse is built for play and relaxation.


Treehouse Masters Season 11: Pine Palace

Marlene asked us to create an idyllic guesthouse, outfitted with plenty of space to host her grandchildren for a night in the trees. You saw Marlene's main pod come together on Treehouse Masters—read on for a look inside the second, "bunkhouse" pod!


Treehouse Masters Season 1, Episode 5: Solar-Powered Spirit House

Building this treetop writing studio in upstate New York was a very memorable experience: from applying gold leaf to the pediment, to fielding a visit from friendly goats, it kept our crew on their toes!


San Juan Islands Treehouse

This seaside treehouse is nestled in a grove of Douglas firs in Washington's iconic San Juan Islands. Its ample deck and oculus window offer an otherworldly portal to the Pacific. This treehouse was never filmed for TV—read on for an exclusive look!