MASS-PRODUCTION TREEHOUSE       
           
                                      
                                          
   CREATED IN THE TWENTY EIGHTIES AS A    
   CHEAP AND OPEN SOURCE WAY OF DEALING   
  WITH CONSTANT FLOODS AND A RISING SEA   
                  LEVEL.                  
                                          
  THE "HOUSE" WOULD CONSIST OF A STACK OF 
  FLOOR MODULES, EACH A SQUARE OF THIRTY  
  SIX SQUARE METERS. THESE COULD BE MADE  
 OUT OF VARIOUS MATERIALS SUCH AS CARBON  
   FIBER OR PLASTIC, NOT NECESSARILY THE  
           SAME FOR EACH FLOOR.           
                                          
  THE HOUSE WOULD BE HUNG ON A "MAST", A  
    RIDGED METAL POLE EXTENDING BETWEEN   
 FIFTY AND A HUNDRED METERS. A MECHANISM  
  WITHIN EACH FLOOR WOULD ENABLE THEM TO  
  CLIMB UP OR DOWN THE MAST, TOGETHER OR  
              INDIVIDUALLY.               
                                          
   THE LOWEST FLOOR WOULD USUALLY HAVE A  
 LOADING DOCK, A BALCONY/FRONT DOOR, AND  
             VARIOUS LADDERS.             
                                          
                                      
                
                                      
                                          
      CLIMATE  HOUSING  MODULAR       
          SUBURBS  OPEN SOURCE