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Example of a trendy playroom design in Philadelphia

For Fun: A Tree House

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Example of a trendy playroom design in Philadelphia —  Houzz

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kscarlover wrote:June 23, 2013
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    Aleck Wilson Architects
    The kite awing is from a custom awning fabricator; search "sail shades."
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    Aprox what do you think it costs to build this design? It's really great! Simple, yet finished and beautiful.
mattyjb1 wrote:December 4, 2013
Where is the wood from.

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    Aleck Wilson Architects
    East Coast inexpensive grade Cedar. Purchased from local lumber supplier.
Daniel Ramos wrote:September 5, 2014
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    Verner Architects
    The posts you see were welded to steel base plates, which are buried. All this was made by a local steel fabricator. They require simple fabrication techniques but an exacting layout to achieve the proper angles, etc. The steel base plates were anchored to very large concrete footings, 42" deep by 24" diameter with lots of rebar. This complied with local code at that time. To ensure a proper installation, I would recommend getting a licensed structural engineer or GC to design this system. The dynamic loads on sail shades (and ziplines) can be enormous. This zipline had a dynamic load of 11k#. Thanks for your interest.
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