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This man ‘grew’ a church from living, breathing trees

04 April 2017

Designer Barry Cox spent four years building the Tree Church, a living, breathing structure spread across three acres and the results are incredible.

Tree Church (Credit: TreeChurch)

Barry Cox has a love for churches, so he decided to construct one of his own using living trees and utilising his company, Treelocations

The following trees were used in the construction:

• Alnus Imperialis – Cut Leaf Alder (Roof Canopy)

• Leptospernum – Copper Sheen (Walls)

• Camelia Black Tie

• Acer Globosum

• Thuja Pyramidalis

Construction started in April 2011 in New Zealand and the Tree Church is now open to the public for visits and private events. 

For more information, visit the website.

Video courtesy of Jose Winter.


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