Hangar With Salvaged Finishes
Hangar Home sits directly on the runway.
The interior of this hangar has many unusual & attractive trims.
The materials you see here came out of old buildings this pilot owned over a lifetime. He and his brother built a hangar in 1977 using material salvaged from corn cribs and barns. When designing this new hangar home years later, much of what they used for that first project was saved and repurposed.
There is reclaimed steel in the PowerLift interior. Salvaged wood is artfully arranged, giving the impression of a central sliding door. Old wood also is used as window surrounds and wall motifs.
The red floor resembles the Scoria rock outcrops found near the old hangar’s location. We’d love to help create something you, your family, and future generations will take pleasure in.
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