A Man Turns An Old Plane Into A House. Reveals The Inside Pictures Of The Interior

Blog By mariam  |  16-04-19

Photos clicked by every corner of his airplane house!

Transformation

 Transformation

This one was found in Hillsboro, Bruce Campbell, a retired electrical engineer and a very inventive man.

Bruce loves to change planes destined for scrap metal into ornate works of architecture.

This creative man changed an old plane and a large piece of land on which to build the most unique house in the world.


Joanne Ussery

Joanne Ussery

Bruce is 64-year-old retired engineer, always had a creative vision in his head. 20 years before, Bruce Campbell heard about Joanne Ussery who was a hairdresser from Mississippi who bought a Boeing 727 plane and transformed it into her house.


Talented Lady

Talented Lady

Her old home was burned so she decided to construct a house-plane at the edge of a peaceful lake.


Buying A Boeing

Buying A Boeing

In 1999, Campbell decided to buy an Olympic Airways Boeing 727 for the reasonable price of 85,000 EUR. Once the plane was purchased, he had to transport it to the forest in Oregon.


Recycling Plane

Recycling Plane

He strongly believed that the airliners could be transformed into incredible houses. It wasn’t easy for him to live in the forest, but he had a goal and he wasn’t going to give up on it.


Welcome Home

Welcome Home

The Engineer’s Workstation where Campbell working on his computer, where he plans to improve his home.


Night Lights At Forest

Night Lights At Forest

Just as Campbell built his own running water system, he also made the indoor and outdoor lighting.


Best Innovation

Best Innovation

The Daily Mail about why he believes so strongly in recycling airplanes and converting them into homes.He noticed that environmental benefits is such an undertaking.


Kitchen

Kitchen

Some people avoid to live in an airliner because of the lack of food. But Bruce Campbell has proved that he does not live far from the city, so refills food problem.


living area

living area

Campbell may not be able to take his Boeing 727 everywhere but his house still offers that feeling with his row of seats.









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