10 Oct 2016

Architecture with Ship in a Bottle House

Had you thought of this, using a building to enclose your house?
American Architect Adam Kalkin, decided to enclose his 1880s building in a airplane hanger / shed.  We have written a post about something similar in the past, we will put the link below this written portion.  Included below is a video, where Kalkin takes us through the new enclosure with pros and cons.  I really love the idea of having a building within a building and that when you look out of the window of the house, you are looking you are looking at the internal structure of the hanger, that gives you a feeling of an internal covered courtyard.  The only minus for me, is that there doesn't seem to be a lot of light inside, even though the hanger has some large window sections.  That said, very good use of the hanger portion, that includes extra rooms, bathroom and working areas.

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Architecture in the Greenhouse Home

Farmhouse in a hangar: NJ modern home creates a world within.

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