You may never hear of the name but I bet you have seen the pictures of his artworks. Adam Kalkin, a quirky architect in Suburban New Jersey, is trying a new architectural style—combines home designing with industrial factory buildings such as shipping containers, deserted workshop.
Bunny lane house is one of his most famous masterworks. It was built around the original traditional two-storey house. The Bunny lane house is attempting to give you the experience of living in two worlds: an authentic farmhouse feel in a contemporary loft environment. On one side you own three stories of exposed cement block rooms while on another side you have a white-washed home filled with antique furniture and inviting warmth.
Although I don’t think Kalkin is suggesting people actually building blocks and blocks of suburban mansions, this design is still totally unique and appealing.
Another of Kalkin’s well-known artworks is the Push Button House. It’s amazing that with a simple push, you turn a metal can into a real house!
To get to know this wizard architect, you can explore his personal website.