We don’t need to tell you how much we appreciate outstanding architecture and design here at Bazis. It’s quite obvious that our love for design goes beyond our own developments, as we’ve taken a look at wooden high-rises, beautiful train stations, and unusually unique buildings around the world.
This week, we paired our passion for transit with architecture and took a look at how transit can sometimes double up as a place of residence. Read on to see what we mean.
We’ve heard of old buildings turned into homes, such as this water tower or this fire hall, but it’s not everyday that you hear about vehicles being transformed into little houses.
1. A pair of Israeli women decided to transform an old public transit bus into an urban chic home.
2. You may be surprised to hear that this isn’t the only time a plane has been converted into a home, it’s been done several times over the past decade. But here is one of our favourite versions of the Boeing 727 home.
We love that the plane looks as if it’s ready for takeoff.
3. Though train cabooses are no longer being made, you can still find one and turn it into a little home or playhouse, as many have done in the past. Little homes converted from train cabooses also have us reminiscing about the popular children’s series The Boxcar Children.
4. An apartment in a garbage truck? Now we’ve seen it all!
Would you live in a boxcar? Or how about an airplane?