Bruce Campbell crowned his love of airplanes by buying a Boeing 727-200, which quickly became his home. Bruce spent 100.000$ for the plane, and then an additional 63.000$ transporting it to its current location in the Oregon forest and removing its wings.
When renovating the plane, Campbell decided to leave most of the original equipment untouched, leaving him with a total living area of 100 m2.
He replaced the worn out flooring with transparent panels, giving him a view of the planes extraordinary ribbed structure and the control cables running along the length of the plane.
An innovative green living space, maintaining its original shape.