Residential building of Boeing 727
• Residential building of Boeing 727
We industrious Bruce has its own old aircraft Boeing 727, located in the woods near Portland, Oregon, where he lives happily in an atmosphere consisting of a portion of the original seat liner and even conventional aircraft toilet.
Bruce believes that every old plane should get a new life, as well as this, claiming on its website "Passenger aircraft can and should be transformed into a beautiful home. Exit "retired" as a residential castle in the aerospace-style should be the fate of each aircraft. They should never be mindless destruction.
Bruce has transformed the interior of the aircraft in a completely suitable living space, which is easily possible to make.
Bruce plane mounted on concrete columns.
Bruce tried whenever possible to use the maximum amount of original material owned by "retired" liner. Pay attention to the original input.
He turned the inside of the aircraft cabin into a comfortable living space. However, Bruce claims that the establishment of the interior is not finished yet.
Bruce lives in the plane for six months of the year, spending the rest of the time in Japan, where it also intends to buy an old fuselage to build another house-plane.
The cabin liner Bruce uses as a reading room.
He constructed improvised makeshift shower and toilet made quite usable.
Bruce paid 100 thousand dollars for an old airplane in 1999. Since it costs arrangement, including transportation, accounted for about 120 thousand dollars.
Bruce claims that the plane's life is fun. "This is a great toy. Unusual door, special floors. Here hatches, latches there. Cool interior lighting. Stunning external lights, soft gloss surfaces, titanium tubes. Dwelling in the scenery of the film "Star Trek" - proudly says he it on the pages of your website.
He was confident that all aircraft must be turned into a home. "Grinding the beautiful and sparkling jet - a real tragedy. Not counting the huge amount of debris, it's a shame the present debacle of human imagination! "
If you want to live in an airplane, you will need a lot of money for its purchase and transport (it is quite expensive), as well as the land on which to place future home.
Bruce notes that, in addition to other advantages, the liners are incredibly strong and durable, they are able to withstand any earthquake or hurricane.
It is possible to live on a plane - it's unusual, even extravagant, but on the other hand, you will agree, this is something there!