It’s common for children to grow up with the fantasy of a treehouse, yet for many this dream is, in many senses, out of reach. Twenty-five years is a long time to cling to an idea, but for one Michael Garnier, the dream has finally been realized. Garnier stands at the forefront of a new sub-movement in architectural design for tree-suspended edifices. In the above video piece by The Atlantic, Garnier, alongside other tree-living pioneers, lays out the exciting new push to elevate the hospitality industry. Enjoy the video above.