Pop-up ‘tree house’ unfolds in minutes

pop-up treehouse by tenfold

There’s a popular myth that Britain has somehow lost its engineering expertise. Try telling that to Tenfold Engineering based in Abingdon, Oxfordshire.

The company has developed a series of highly innovative and efficient folding systems useful in countless applications, the most eye-catching of which are self-deploying buildings. Arriving on site on the back of a large lorry, the buildings unfold into shape in only eight minutes.

All the buildings can be supplied with solar panels for off-grid living and well-heeled garden lovers can even specify the self-deploying tree house as below.

Ethical insurance

The ETA has been voted Britain’s most ethical insurance company 2017.

The Good Shopping Guide each year reveals the good, the bad, and the ugly of the world’s companies and brands, with a view to supporting the growth of social responsibility and ethical business as well as a more sustainable, just society.

Beating household-name insurance companies such as John Lewis and the Co-op, we earned an ethical company index score of 89 – earning us joint-first place with Naturesave.

The ETA was established in 1990 as an ethical provider of green, reliable travel services. Twenty seven years on, we continue to offer cycle insurancetravel insurance and breakdown cover  while putting concern for the environment at the heart of all we do.

Ethical insurance company 2017

Comments

  1. David Beacham

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    Why is it on stilts? So it can be used in flood risk zones? ooh just think if it had wheels and could be towed behind your car!

  2. Christopher

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    If only there were a version for cyclists.

  3. Elizabeth

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    Where’s the tree, in this “tree house”?

  4. Elizabeth Paulding

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    Where’s the tree in this “tree house”? Is this the shape of trees to come?

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