Amazing design, truly beautiful, cant wait for the tour. What happens when it rains?
Where Do You Sleep?????
Here Sam and I live in France.
I’ll write an article on this amazing house.
Excuse me for my english. I don’t speak fluently…
I will help you if I can.
looks charming and a woodcraftsmen delight
Truly a work of art and engineering as well as an inspiration. It must have been a monumental task.
Brilliant, creative and I would like a few dozen of them built on my property.
Where do you live? I would quite happily built you a few, if there is the possibility to live in the forest…
OMG. My long-life dream come true!
hello, i can’t arrive to see your email, im carpenter in france and i make a book, im interresting to see you constructions, where are you ?
can you see my email in the contact section of thehemloft.com? what device are you using to view the site?
Your contact section appears to have a broken link no email shows up from any browser on my machine. Below is the contents of the link.
Hey Kevin, the email address wasn’t supposed to be a clickable link, I’ve changed it now so that it’s just an image (it’s an image so spam robots cannot scrape the text of my site and get my email address). Does the image show up? If so, just read that email address and type it into your email program. If the image with my email address is not showing up please let me know. Thanks.
Sorry that’s what I meant is that the image link is broken. No image is showing, the link is to localhost not your actual web sever.
Ha! Thanks Kevin, I fixed it now. You’re hired as the new web admin : )
Would you mind changing the image to the correct email address? I am not pleased the be receiving your emails, Joel.
sorry brother, the image is correct. People are just misspelling my last name. If you think you are getting a lot of emails, try my inbox : )
Hi joel there is a lawful way to claim the land. Surveying it and registering it (not with the mainstream govt) with a lawful alternate society. And doing a letters patent in a Gazzette. If you r interested call me, I live in whistler. cheers
Awesome, really inspiring. Bravoooo!!!. Don’t give up. Maybe we can help.
Good luck to you and your proyect
Wolfgang, I am certainly interested in this alternative land claim information. I am from Ontario.
It does the soul good to know there are still people out there with vision, creativity and imagination who are motivated by the endeavour.
I built a wonderful treehouse with electricity and a front porch in our backyard. You probably should not have built this on someone else’s land with out permission. I have always said all I want is an acre of my own land that is ajacent to a tract of wild land like this. You should see if you can dismantle this and buy a small lot somewhere close by.
If he took it down and built it on his own bit of land…it would be just a treehouse in his own back yard. The Hemloft is something different… I think he should build more. A whole village of Hemlofts. How cool would that be… He’s a monkey genius!
Always negative people , just ignore them. What you had done is wonderful
The energy and creativity of youth. Wonderful.
It never crossed my mind for one minute while viewing the video that a bureaucrat would step in to force closure.
Good luck in your endeavours.
I so love it too and so unbelievable.
You are one creative artistic craftsman… HONGERA! This needs to be preserved. Where do we start…I’m on your team, and another ‘Whistlerite for Conservation’
What a beautiful retreat in the woods. It is absolutely a work of art – hoping you will be able to keep something so special.
it’s got so much character! what a beautiful thing you have created! it would be a shame for it to get taken down, unless you decided to move it somewhere more secure. i wouldn’t geocache it–leave it an enchanting mystery that hopefully any lucky folks who find it will cherish and preserve.
fyi–i’d buy the plans so i could build something like it at my folks’ place in asheville, nc, if they’d let me. i don’t have carpentry experience, but my dad could help me.
Love it. Hope the “powers that be” come to appreciate it for its artistic value and allow it to stay,….and for you to be it custodian.
What an amazon story! ‘Getting the most out of life’ doesn’t even begin to cover it. It’s a beautiful creation and I wish you and the Loft the best.
What an amazing story! ‘Getting the most out of life’ doesn’t even begin to cover it. It’s a beautiful creation and I wish you and the Loft the best.
Wow, you built a dream treehouse. How cool is that. It was my childhood dream to have a treehouse. But I wasn’t as handy, nor did I have a tree. So I settled for an indoor fort made of pillows, buckets and blankets. Thank you for sharing your creation!
Nice Pod Yo!
This is quite awesome. I can only imagine spending a week here on vacation.
You know what would be cool If there was a extensive trail that say went to the sunshine coast from whistler that had a cpl of these on it.
Very creative!!! Really fun, innovative, peaceful and beautiful! Well done – and BRAVO!!!!!
Fantastic! Marvelous craftsmanship and engineering. Love the design and creativity – If you ever need land of your own for another project, consider Lasqueti!
Brilliant dream come true….I hope the powers that be will allow your Hemloft to remain in situ at Whistler.
You’ve certainly both worked diligently and with passion to construct this…I hope you can go on to build many more creative structures.
I’m formerly a resident of B.C. and loved to see the areas forest once again…now live in the UK.
Thanks for letting me live out a childhood dream through you. I admire your crazy determination to go for it! Sure hope you are able to preserve it. You do beautiful work!
….so impressed not only with your single mindedness but your design ability and craftsmanship. The “egg” is such a perfect shape. Not only visually elegant but, as they teach in architecture school, structurally elegant as well. I would be very proud to have designed it. I hope you can save it but I also think that that the process may have been more important to you as a person than the result.
hi.fantastic.hey bro.im 38.ive been loving this province deep in my heart.my goal is to hike every trail,swim every lake,and if u talked to my friends live for free on crown land at the back of stave lake.your living my dream,good for u.i live for the trees,fresh air,animals,and water.nature freak.
Awesome story, elegant structure, beautiful couple, great spirit, sensibility and will. Destiny is yours. Always remember humanity.
Your creativity simply put a smile on my face…there has to be a way to save your hemloft…make sure you trademark your creation. What an inspiration for all of us. Good Luck
I’m super duper impressed with what you’ve done and how you’ve done it. I love the entire concept and I must say, my favorite part is the kitchen!!! I just love the home you built and the way that you went about it! Thanks for the inspiration of doing what you want and defying the odds!
With so many young people feeling trapped, and desperate for a “job”, you are an inspiration!
Stay cool, stay pure, stay an inspiration, and watch out not to be corrupted!
Amazing work mate, this is the sort of thing creative people can only dream about. I live in England and am contemplating a trip out just to see this wonder. I would love to cook a real outdoor chilli con carne in the kitchen. Then watch the wildlife as I ate it. Fantastic mate, really, just amazing.
This is an absolutely fantastic story and a wonderful creation and achievement! Amazing stuff. Good luck to you, I really hope you get to keep it!