You can set your house on wheels for mobility, but if you prefer to look down from a height, you may like to build a Dom’Up tiny house in the trees.
The Dom’Up is an innovative and pretty cool treehouse designed by Dutch arborist Bruno de Grunne, and architect Nicolas d’Ursel. As shown in the images, the tiny house was built between two trees, so unlike regular treehouses, Dom’Up doesn’t harm the trees, and it can provide you a more spacious and comfortable living conditions, moreover, its unique hanging system can distribute the weight of the structure for a secure support. The treehouse has a galvanized steel frame, a firm rail is around the octagonal platform for enhanced safety, and the roof is made from waterproof thermo-weldws tarpaulin, while the wooden floor boards can be removed in order to prevent them from water in winter or during rainy days, apart from that, its roomy open interior space lets you enjoy cozy natural living.
The Dom’Up treehouse is available for €25,000 (approx $27,000 USD), and a member of Trees and People will help you install the tiny house.