The Free Spirit Sphere – Vancouver Canada

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The Free Spirit Sphere – TreeHouse Quallicum Beach, Vancouver

The Creator of his Manufacturing Workshop.. and its Prototypes !

half-finished sphere..

If & rsquo; within the sphere looks familiar, it n & rsquo; is not a coincidence since Chudleigh borrowed heavily to build boats and practice rig. Each sphere starts with a wooden frame and strips of wood which s & rsquo; attach to the framework to form the walls, which are then sanded. The door and windows are then cut. Ensuite, work on the interior begins: cabling, isolation, laying parquet, manufacture cabinets, bed and seating. The spheres are made from local and lightweight woods like cedar and & rsquo; spruce or molded in a fiberglass mold.



Making a custom handle for one of the new areas..

Tom Chudleigh Inventor, manufacturer and distributor of spheres of free spirit.

The second new sphere in the works..

Tom, inventor !
It takes 3 years for each sphere 200 hours of work just to make the shell itself. Hard work himself just inspired me to a new level. I had the opportunity to take a look at the two new current spheres Tom works in his warehouse on their property..

One of the two new spheres underway..

The transport back of this sphere Giant not easy to manage..


There are three distinct types of spherical cabins:


Free Spirit Sphere is an upscale natural forest resort with spherical huts located in Vancouver, in Canada. This unique accommodation gives you the true experience of living in a natural forest-like environment while giving you all the modern comforts that you took for granted. This is located in a mystic coastal rainforest in Vancouver. It gives you the ultimate experience of the Pacific Northwest. These spherical accommodations are original, fresh and unique. They offer a unique experience combining a back to nature experience with the phenomenon of glamping.

Take a trip to the enchanted world of Free Spirit Spheres near Qualicum Beach, Vancouver Island, Canada avec Kait Burgan d’Arbutus RV Island Adventures. Attend this quick video.. and meet Tom Chudleigh, visionary and implementer behind these unique and hanging orbs, and see why they are on the list of people from all over the world.

Marine plywood sailboat wooden Bubble & the system of the door of the opening entry Ingénieuse

A central handle system in the middle of the oval door of the Sphere Airlock


The type of wood used is pleated, the local light and takes glue appropriately. The Eve huts are built of yellow cedar while Eryn huts are made of Sitka spruce. The interior is finished in teak and mahogany. In fact, more recently, the interiors are finished in black walnut because of its serious nature and for the reason that it is available in nature much closer than exotic hardwoods. Each type of wood lends its own unique architectural touch to the tree house.



The upper platform D’ Eryn (Sphere)



In the foreground, downstairs, the dry toilets..








Virginia Maneval

I am the daughter of Jean Benjamin Maneval, famous urban architect who notably created the Bulle Six Coques, a plastic house from the pop years. You can also find me on my Facebook page or on my page La Bulle Six Coques by Jean Benjamin Maneval.

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