Imagine this. An airplane lands in the middle of the woods and is left unattended to. This is not any situation from any of the movies nor did it actually happen. In fact, what you see in the picture alongside is the design of the house of Oregonian gentleman Bruce Campbell. His passion for aircraft has resulted in in such a shelter, where a Boeing 727-200 has been used to make his dream home.
Campbell bought a decommissioned plane and assembled it to fulfil his dream. However, what welcomes you inside is not a full-fledged modern house. The owner has kept many of the elements of the aircraft as such.
For example, the cockpit has been turned into a cool reading space. At the same time, many of the controls on the console have been kept intact. Campbell further restored certain elements on the console and even installed a monitor here.
Original water tank and plumbing are maintained as such and used. The cargo hold now assumes the form of a storage space, while the wings serve as an excellent deck.
Another amazing thing you would notice here is the floor. Since the original floor has been torn off, the owner has replaced it with translucent panels, making it a kind of transparent floor. Now one can see the skeleton of the whole structure and controlling cables running from the cockpit to the wings and tail beneath.
This is an exemplary plan, where the original design remains intact, yet it is surprisingly habitable.