After retiring, he decided to buy the fuselage of a decommissioned plane, turning it into an innovative house!

Bruce Campbell is an extremely inventive American engineer. After retiring, he decided to buy the fuselage of a decommissioned plane, turning it into an innovative house, writes The Mirror.

The aircraft, which is located in a wooded area near Portland, Oregon, is well supported on several concrete pillars, with its own access road.

Being only at the beginning of the refurbishment process, the new home still has only a makeshift shower, with Campbell working on installing a bathroom, but also repairing the original interior elements of the plane, such as seats and lights.

Campbell lives in this place for about 6 months each year, spending the rest of the year in Japan, where he is looking to buy another Boeing 747 for refurbishment. The man initially bought the plane so that it would not end up in scrap metal, but he came up with the idea of ‚Äč‚Äčturning it into a living space, inspired by a similar case.