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Treehouse in Germany: The Scout Treehouse

Built by a group of scouts, the Scout Treehouse project is the results of a cooperation between the city of Wolfsburg and the local scout organization VCP Wolfsburg, and serves as a meeting and sleeping place for scout groups.

The Scout Treehouse project is the results of a cooperation between the city of Wolfsburg and the local scout organization VCP Wolfsburg. This treehouse was built by a group of scouts, and serves as a meeting and sleeping place for scout groups. Families and groups can rent the treehouse during their stay on the campsite.

The construction out of larch posts carries the two treehouse cabins and the terraces. The lower treehouse is used as sleeping place for approximately 8 persons, while the upper treehouse is where guests come together and is fitted with cooking equipment, a large dining table and a wood-burning stove for the chillier times of the year.

The cabin which is used as living room one meter higher is furnished with benches, oven and a mini kitchen. Both treehouses have slightly vaulted roofs and are almost identical in construction. The main differences lie in the way the windows are arranged and the furnishings.

Source: Baumraum / Photographer: Alasdair Jardine (outside) and Tim Mrzyglod (inside)

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