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Pete builds his manliest and largest treehouse yet for a Texas Dad who wants to spend some man-time in the trees. At nearly 1000 sq ft, this Texas-sized treehouse comes with its own 600-pound custom meat smoker and water gun turrets to fend off the girls!
Pete and his crew bring the spirit of Kenya to Washington State, building an African-inspired circular hut treehouse with a traditional thatched roof strong enough to withstand the rainy weather of the Pacific Northwest.
Pete revisits his former home - a site where he built his very first treehouses. Revamping old treehouse building techniques with new and improved methods, the team fuses traditional wood with the power of steel, making these Nelson classics brand new.
The team tackles a Tulsa build in kilts to create a Scottish cottage in a robust pin oak. Sturdy enough to battle the Oklahoma winds, Pete builds his first ever "sky bridge" that connects the couple's home directly to their new treetop paradise.
An Arkansas family reaches out to Pete to build a giant bird nest treehouse. The 2-story, lakefront retreat will feature driftwood railings woven to look like a living nest, and a porch to drink Southern sweet tea on during sunset bird watching sessions.
A family needs Pete's help to create a traditional Japanese Teahouse treehouse to complete a zen-like paradise in their backyard. Pete and his crew adopt Buddha's teachings in order to build this inspiring project 20 ft high in a massive cedar tree.
Join Pete Nelson on an adventure in Japan with renowned treehouse builder: Takashi Kobayashi. Taka takes Pete on a tour of his creations, including a treehouse bar in the middle of Tokyo and a treetop tribute to children affected by the 2011 tsunami.
Three siblings enlist Pete's help to surprise their parents with a rustic art studio treehouse on their historic family farm in Wisconsin, with a majestic two-story wall of windows made up of 100-year-old reclaimed windows from the family's old farmhouse.
Pete builds a treehouse that represents the meaning of summer camp, with a glamorous twist, just off the coast of WA. Pete gains inspiration to create a space that includes archery, a rock climbing wall, and enough bunk beds to sleep plenty of "glampers".
Pete and Daryl join forces with an inventive designer to create a wire-suspended, 30-sided geometric globe treehouse for an adventurous and deserving family, while also taking a look back at some of most memorable build moments of the past year.
Brian Kelley, half of the award winning country duo Florida Georgia Line, and his wife call on Pete to construct a modern treehouse with a vintage country twist perched above a steep ravine and connected to their Nashville home by a multi-platform bridge.
With the help of the local fire department, Pete fulfills an 8-year-old's Make-A-Wish treehouse dream in Flagstaff, AZ. The team tackles this whimsical build in a family of pines, and decks it out with artifacts inspired by the new movie, The Boxtrolls.