Thursday, 17 Jun, 2010 Offbeat

Eco-Friendly House Built From 4.5 Million Components of Boeing 747


Francie Rehwald commissioned a dream house, which architect David Hertz attempted to create in the remote hills of Malibu, California.

The architect entitled his creation the Wing House. It is worth mentioning that his eco-friendly building is made of around 4.5 million components from a Boeing 747-200.

The total weight of the plane's parts is approximately 396,000 pounds and all these components are used to make 7 constructions.

The wings of the plane are used to make the main residence, while the cockpit is turned into the meditation pavilion, informs Inhabitat.

The guest house is made using the first class cabin deck and the animal bam is made from the lower half of the plane's fuselage. The bam will house the endangered species.

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