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Building a hexagon-shaped treehouse, a time lapse

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From jack-of-all-trades Ethan Schlussler, who began building hexagon-shaped treehouses — his own design — because he wanted to have a space of his own outside of his mother’s house, watch this time lapse video of his treehouse construction for a customer in Sandpoint, Idaho. The video covers about six months of part time work by him and his childhood friend Aza.

Watch this next: Schlussler’s whimsical Bicycle Powered Tree House Elevator.

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