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I wanted to feature this unique sphere tree house in Canada. The company who makes it is known as Free Spirit Spheres.

They have a few different sphere houses that they’ve built and offer them as rentals for you to stay in.

The pictures shown here are of the Eve sphere which is 9 feet in diameter and made of cedar strips.

It has speakers inside, a single bed, counter space, a table, and shelving.

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Free Spirit Spheres Tree House

Sphere Tree House

Photo Credits: Free Spirit Spheres

Inside Eve, the Sphere Tree House Interior of sphere tree house View of entrance from inside sphere tree house Shelving up top in the sphere tree house

The next photo is not of Eve but I thought it was fun to see one of their other sphere houses being transported by such a small truck…

Green sphere tree house being transported by little pickup truck Sphere Tree House in the Forest Sphere Tree House - Eve

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See how they raise the spheres after construction

More on transporting them

How they build them

Getting your own

For more information on rates and availability, visit their website and/or call 250-757-9445. Email is [email protected].

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  • Michele
    March 21, 2012, 11:22 am

    I had the privilege to visit and stay here a couple of years ago. I was lucky enough to book on short notice due to a cancellation. It was delightful, peaceful and unique. If you are ever on Vancouver Island and have a night or two to unwind, I highly recommend a visit to Free Spirit Spheres.

  • Karen R
    February 17, 2015, 4:41 pm

    Just looking at it made me smile . . .

  • LC
    February 18, 2015, 12:25 pm

    Now let’s install an automatic blind so it can “wink”!

  • Sandi B
    March 2, 2015, 12:54 am

    Have seen this before — long trek to a bathroom I think – but great fun overall. :-}

  • June 1, 2015, 10:51 pm

    I have also had the pleasure of spending a “rock-a-by-baby” night in the tree top . . . in “Melody” . . . if you are interested in viewing some shots from our visit, I invite you to visit this link for 8 more shots . . .


  • Susanne
    June 2, 2015, 11:41 pm

    Only tree dwelling that I have seen which I think is unattractive…love the area it’s in though….:)

  • Eric Williams
    June 3, 2015, 11:17 am

    They look like big eyeballs staring out of the trees. Those dang Martians are back….

  • June 2, 2016, 3:38 pm

    Althouth the shape is suggestive….I have my doubts about confort or functionality of space. It is an extreme example of Organic Architecture.

  • two crows
    June 2, 2016, 5:22 pm

    omg. I am turning green here.
    What Rachel said about the basic design of a bubble being sturdy is certainly true. I’ve been looking into building a geodesic dome because it has a high built-in hurricane factor due to the lack of 90 degree corners. Hurricanes + low wind resistance = good plan. A bubble would be even stronger than a geodesic — no angles at all.
    Now, I’m contemplating 2 or 3 of these mounted on a common deck [1 bedroom, 1 kitchen/bath, 1 multipurpose. If my calculations are correct, it would still be fewer than 300 sq ft.] And how cool would THAT be?
    I wonder if that company would contemplate delivering 2 or 3 of these babies down to Florida?

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