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The futuristic Cocoon treehouse that weaves between trees is an eco-friendly design made from a tree that was felled in the same forrest near by. The unique design is the brainchild of a group of students who set about making a cutting edge shelter from materials found in Hooke Park near Beaminster, Dorset. Budding designers Hugo Urrutia, Abdullah Omar Asghar Khan and Karjvit Rirermvanich spent five weeks planning, building and installing their creation, which hangs from hemp ropes. They created a 12-piece skeleton before wrapping it in strands of ply wood to create an amazing tunnel effect.