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Hi everyone,

 

This is our new development, more(begun some time ago) Started from 4 different designer areas.

 

The whole concept is developed and has been featured in some trade shows and various forums as Yanko design (click here), may already have seen it there.

 

We had a lot of acceptance by people around the world, but we are now in a development phase of production, the most difficult of all.

 

 

 

We are looking for sponsors outside of Portugal for this project directly connected to nature, someone knows something?

 

 

 

PS: We are Portuguese but I hope that our English has not many mistakes, sorry for any that might possibly exist :(

 

look forward for your opinions :ph34r:

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Hi there

 

Looks nice but I don’t see the connection to tree house camping. You made it from cork, which is good, but is that a strong enough link to connect it to the tree house. It's a circular tent that remains on the ground or can you stick in a tree?

 

Hope you get your sponsor

Good luck

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Thanks Streamliner,

 

This project is called "Tree house" because is made out of a tree the cork oak. But it is a tent for camping and one sould not trie to stick it in a tree.

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Nice! How did you show it at trade shows? Cad, live model? Is it extremely specialised to make? Is this manouvreable? Just want to ask a few questions to determine how you could get it to production :)

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Isn't cork super endangered and expensive? I thought most wine companies were avoiding cork due to it's limited availability?

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Hi there

 

Looks nice but I don’t see the connection to tree house camping. You made it from cork, which is good, but is that a strong enough link to connect it to the tree house. It's a circular tent that remains on the ground or can you stick in a tree?

 

Hope you get your sponsor

Good luck

 

Very Well said.... anyways very nice one.....

 

Good Luck....

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hmm I feel like this would get very hot inside of it as cork is essentially an insulating material.

 

Also even though cork is light I imagine that this would end up weighing much more than a conventional tent of equivalent size. Have you actually made a working prototype? It would be interesting to hear from actual users who have tested out a prototype to get their feedback. If you haven't already done this than I think this should be you first course of action before you attempt to seek out a manufacturer.

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