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Steel Construction SaveEmail Tucking the treehouse into the woodland and using native tree species like oak and white cedar for the lumber — some of it harvested on-site, some sourced locally and milled — helped the structure fit in with in the environment. “The most interesting part is the live tree that grows through the center of the structure,” Skwira says. “It was one of the largest trees on the property and was a natural fit for the structure.” Generous holes cut for the tree trunk allow the tree to continue to grow up through the treehouse, while the posts of the building support the weight of the structure.