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Malibu House Made Out of a Whole 747 is Finished

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Images via Studio of Environmental Architecture

Today Dezeen features Malibu's Wing House, the David Hertz-designed house made out of a decommissioned 747 jet. The last time we saw the house, it was getting close to done, and now it's taxied all the way to its gate. The house was finished a few months ago, and more than just the wings of the airplane went in to the structure--it also includes fuselage, first class deck, and cockpit windows (the architects likened it to Native Americans using every part of a buffalo). The house is registered with the Federal Aviation Administration so that pilots flying over don't think they've spotted a crash.
· 747 Wing House by Studio of Environmental Architecture [Dezeen]
· Architect Hertz's Malibu Wing House About to Taxi the Tarmac [Curbed LA]
· Extreme Environmentalism: Wing House In Malibu [Curbed LA]