• Koru Knepp
  • Koru Plafrorm Structure
  • Knepp Castle Estate Trees
  • Koru Winter Treehouse build
  • Koru Treehouse Fallen Oak Wrap
  • Knepp Castle Treehouse
  • Koru Wildlife Viewing Platform

Koru ‘the nest’ wildlife viewing platform

Designed by Inhabit for Knepp Castle Estate

Koru’s open to the public.
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Crafted to embrace the changing appearance of it’s surroundings throughout the seasons, Koru’s six metre diameter platform is almost completely hidden mid-season behind a thick growth of oak leaves. Come Autumn and Winter its nest like structure becomes ever more visible – embracing the natural beauty and forms of interwoven aged oak and its green oak structure, all sourced entirely from the estate.

Drawing inspiration from the Maori for ‘loop’, Koru is a spiral shape based on the form of a new unfurling silver fern frond – symbolizing new life, growth, strength and peace.

Designed and crafted throughout the fall and winter of 2012/13, we often found ourselves greeted by the inquisitive local wildlife.

Visit Koru

Koru is open to the public courtesy of Knepp’s permissive access scheme.

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Find out more about their rewilding project at knepp.co.uk