Free Spirit Houses, British Columbia, Canada
Free Spirit Spheres are set among the tall trees of the west coast rainforest of Vancouver Island, Canada. Who are free spirit and also appreciate romanticism and ecologically clean life, can't remain indifferent to this unique home that can be hung from anywhere: from a tree, a bridge or cliffs. At first sight it looks like a pumpkin with its nice orange color, and it is the best and original place for you to celebrate the Halloween! Free spirit Houses in Canada are 3,2 m in diameter and are made of natural wood covered with fiberglass in order to achieve waterproofing (due to it these homes can be used even in a tropical forest). Invented and manufactured by Tom Chudleigh, each house is a hand-crafted wooden sphere that is suspended from a rope web. For you to enter a Free Spirit House, you must climb a spiral stairway or cross a suspension bridge. They occupy a truly unique place in the world while providing a habitat for the untamed spirit that exists in all of us. It's a combination of tree house and sailboat technology. Wooden spheres are like a cedar strip canoe or kayak, suspension points are similar to the chain plate attachments on a sailboat, stairways hang from a tree like a sailboat shroud hangs from the mast. It is a unified structure with one continuous wall. A tree house sphere uses the forest for its foundation. Everything including spiral stairways and suspension bridges is hung from ropes. If something really big, like a tree, falls through the web then some strands will break and let it pass through. The sphere remains suspended by the remaining strands. Each fabric joint is then covered with a decorative wood strip. The wood strips come together at the top and give a nice cathedral ceiling effect. You can find inside the house, a kitchen with refrigerator, microwave and sink.
Thus, Free Spirit Houses www.freespiritspheres.com have unique interior and exterior and all adults 16 years and over can enjoy their unforgettable time spending here.
By Lilit Khalatyan, www.building.am