This house was built in 2001, and the house inside of this house was built much earlier. Architect Adam Kalkin's Bunny Lane House is an industrial shed built around a traditional two-storey house in New Jersey.
The result changes the shed and changes the original house. The traditional furnishings contained in the shed are comparable to the house, like remnants of the traditional home on display in a minimalist gallery. What do you think - like the contrasts at play here or is the juxtaposition just too strange? See more in Kalkin's Architecture and Hygiene, which features this and his other works. Or read here, at Vassar's Alumnae Quarterly.