A house built inside of a large metal shed.
It’s art folks!
Who does that? And then calls it “The Bunny Lane House“?
Adam Kalkin is an architectural bad-ass who thinks outside the box; er, well…. something like that.
In any case, he’s brilliant. And perfect fodder for us here at House Crazy!
The Bunny Lane House was a 2001 project by Kalkin in suburban New Jersey.
It is, in fact, a traditional single family home with a larger industrial metal shell built around it.
This is what the inside of the house looks like:
The creation is some sort of statement about the juxtaposition of doll house domestic life and industrial loft design.
This is the opposite end of the metal shell:
Modern loft-like cube spaces!
Very ingenious Mr. Kalkin.
The only question I have (that I could not find an answer to) is this: does anyone actually live there?
If not, I would like to volunteer myself and my children. That way, I could live in my own little dollhouse and my hooligans could run wild in the rest of the place!