All Aboard 747 Wing House Made Out of Old Plane

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Come fly with me in a 747 Wing House, you heard right!

Design Milk interviewed the builder, Architect David Hertz. Amazing that he bought an old 747 plane for practically nothing, then used the million pieces of plane materials to build the architectural wonder, Wing House!

The main home has the wings and tail section as roofing making the house look like it could take off from its high perch in Malibu, California.

Other plane turned into house details are the 747 Wing House has a guest house, art studio and animal barn made out of the fuselage.

747 Wing House

All Aboard 747 Wing House Made Out of Old Plane

The Wing House has 4,000 square feet to roam about in. Here’s your ticket to ride. Stop everything, and see the coolest house on planet earth!

747 Wing House by David Hertz Architects

747 Wing House

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The Wing House in Malibu made out of old plane


Architectural wonder Wing House by David Hertz

Wing House made out of old 747 plane

Wing House made out of 747 Plane


Wing House sits high on a hill in MalibuI have a thing for unusual houses like this one that was a plane in its former life. The creation of the 747 Wing House has a lot of videos on YouTube that I clipped to create this post for you.

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  1. I’m always amazed at the creativity of some people! This is simply amazing, and I think it would be a hoot to live there. It looks like it has distant water views too. Very, very cool!

  2. I am soo happy you’re showing it to Jimmmy and it’s kind of impressive he already knows he wants to go into the Air Force.

  3. I’m going to have to show this one to Jimmy because his is one plane obsessed boy! He can’t wait until he goes into the Air Force to drive one. Thanks for sharing this really neat home.

  4. Oh neat that your husband used to work for Northrop and will like the plane turned into house project. Twitter is often difficult for me too. Now I want a horse wreath…ruined forever-LOL.

  5. Hey Sue – thanks for tweeting my blogpost. I have to start doing that more. I am a bad twitter person!!

    I live this house – I am sharing it with my husband…he was an engineer for Northrop Grumman…working on planes. He will love this!

    Thanks for thinking of me!!


    PS – I shared your horse wreath with a very good friend of mine…who is wild about horses. She loved it!!

  6. Not living there, I forget about the mudslides. A friend used to write to me all about the mudslides years ago. Take care and let me know if you get a glimpse of the Wing House someday.

  7. I would love to tour that house. I love how creative some people can be. I’m sure it was way expensive to design and build. 4000 sq ft wow…imagine having all that living space!

  8. I will have to keep my eyes open looking for the wing house next time we take the coast highway – although it was closed due to a mudslide today.

    That is pretty amazing house.

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