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Adam Kalkin's Old Lady House has Industrial Origins

 - Jan 8, 2011   Updated: May 11 2011
References: redirectingat & architecture-view
Mass-production isn't typically a go-to term for a cozy living space, but Adam Kalkin's Old Lady House is a refreshing reminder that two seemingly disparate ideas can be reconfigured to exist harmoniously.

The two-story abode is built almost exclusively from cargo shipping containers, but The Old Lady House does an incredible job of concealing it's origins with its warm and welcoming interior.

Implications - The shipping container is hidden by drywall, so the only way you would ever know that you were in one would be to take a look behind the stairwell. The featured image shows a chic and cozy interior that is filled with modern furniture and loads of floor-to-ceiling windows that let the natural light shine in.