March 13th, 2012
While traditional homes are at the forefront of most homebuyers’ minds, some homeowners go to extremes by using unconventional material for their homes.
Seen in places all over the world, airplane fuselages have been repurposed into homes. The home on the right uses teak paneling from the cockpit to the tail of this vintage Boeing 727 plane.
Anything goes when it comes to unconventional homebuilding – one artist has created a “luxury” home out of a dumpster in Berkeley, California. Repurposed silos are also common for this type of creation.
To see more wacky homes, read the Yahoo article here.