Bunny Lane House by Adam Kalkin

Nestled in the countryside of Bernardsville in central New Jersey, the Bunny Lane House is an exceedingly modern home encasing an 1880s farmhouse in a cavernous prefab aircraft hanger.

Architects: Adam Kalkin
Location: Bernardsville, New Jersey, USA
Photographs: Peter Aaron

A house within a house! The outer shell is a modern, industrial shed with unusual shaped, while the inner home is a traditional two-story New Jersey home.

The new building is a “prefab” house which is transformed from recycled shipping containers into an ultra-modern industrial shed with cool custom roll-up doors.

All rooms are the same square footage and feature exposed brick walls, a warm, traditional contrast to the otherwise modern home.