‘This is the kind of stuff you want’: Aussie dad who made the world’s most expensive tree is delighted with his work
Posted September 04, 2018 10:22:36 AUSTRALIA’S most expensive wood product is being made by an Australian father who has made the most expensive product on earth.
Adam Krasny made the $1.3 million ‘Flex’ a tree-lined tree-bark, which was also used for his garden.
The wood used for the tree bark has a lifespan of 500 years, but Mr Krasnys work has only just started.
“I’m making the tree tree bark from scratch.
I’ve never done it before,” Mr Kvasny said.
“It was a big challenge to get the materials to work, but it’s going really well.”
I’ve spent the last six weeks just hanging it up and watching it grow.
“It’s just incredible.
I’m so excited to be able to put it to good use.”
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Source: Supplied Mr Kasnys father, a former teacher, said he was inspired to make the tree by watching his children grow.
“One of the things that drew me to the tree was the way it grew, the way the bark got stuck into the soil,” he said.
Mr Khasny is the proud owner of one of the worlds largest tree-boring machines.
“We’re working on the other machine which is called the Tunguska machine,” he explained.
“They’re actually working on this machine now, so I think I’ll be able do one more one of these.”
Mr Kisnys children are in school in Perth and he said he could not be happier.
“My children are all grown now,” he laughed.
“So that’s great.
They’ve got a good life.”
Mr Sauson said he wanted to make sure he was in control of his work and had done it properly.
“There’s a lot of work that goes into this stuff, and I think that’s where it comes from,” he added.
“The whole idea of woodworking is to take a little bit of that and use it to make something beautiful.”
“I’ll also be happy to see it once I’ve had the time to look at it and put it in my garden,” Mr Susson said.
‘It’ll be an inspiration’ Mr Suson has had his own experience of making trees.
“A friend who’s an expert in the woodworking industry who works in Sydney made me a tree with some wood from his shop, and then I had to build it,” he told ABC Perth.
“He was really, really helpful and said ‘it’ll be a great inspiration’.”
I’ll never forget the tree that came out of that machine.
I said ‘you know what, this will work for my garden’, and he took the tree from the workshop, built it up, cut it into little branches and gave it to me.