Architect Adam Kalkin encased his 1880s New Jersey farmhouse in a huge airplane hangar to gain space for his family while preserving the original clapboard cottage.
With his “Bunny Lane” home, Kalkin assembled a conventional Butler aircraft hangar around the original small home. At one end of the 27-foot-high, 33-foot-wide space, Kalkin created a grid of nine rooms from concrete block. A kind of modern treehouse, this all-glass wall of rooms peers down on the original home and a small “piazza” or “town square”.
You might be interested in the cooking school that is held there on the first saturday of every month.