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Portable tree platform lets you sit on a tree

Sit back and relax. This minimalist, low-cost design lets you take advantage of a tree’s shady canopy while keeping your clothes from getting dirty or damp from the ground. And, of course, you can set it up and take it down without hurting the tree. The clever minds of Zo-loft design specialize in low-impact designs that maximize urban spaces and I think they really hit on a great idea here. This T3 tree chair would be perfect for a musician in a park or a parent watching their child at play. Or imagine stacking several on a tree to create a kind of tree fort.


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