Good mood for flight lovers and visitors to Forum City. Oregon is home to an engineer who believes airplanes should not be thrown away or scrapped. Bruce Campbell buys a decommissioned liner and transforms it into a dream house. He bought a piece of land near Portland and put an enclosure there Boeing 747. Now he spends all his free time restoring and improving his future home.
The staircase lighting is done, but the turbines and the parking lights still need work.
Bruce spends half the year in Japan. So he decided to make a home for himself there, too, from the hull of a decommissioned Boeing 747. In his opinion, such planes should not be written off as scrap metal. After all, the strength of their body is superior to conventional houses. This home isn't afraid of earthquakes or hurricanes.
Toilet and washbasin are ready, but the shower isn't working yet.
Inside the cabin, there is still a lot to be done, but the work and rest areas have already been fitted out. Winged cabin in the woods gradually transformed into a living space.
Bruce already quietly washes his hands in a working washbasin. Behind his back you can see the trough where the shower will be installed. A small and compact bathroom.
Part of the refurbished interior can be used as a home theater.
The work on the creation of a house from a decommissioned aircraft continues.