Architect Karl Wanaselja and partner Cate Leger created a unique small house in Berkeley, California.
They call it the McGee House. It consists of 104 salvaged car roofs which cover the upper side walls of the home. The inspiration behind the upper siding came from fish scales.
The lower wall siding is made out of a waste product from the furniture industry in clad form called poplar bark.
The awnings are side windows from America’s best-selling minivan, the Dodge Caravan.
It’s a 2 bedroom home with two levels and a gorgeous upstairs balcony.
From the outside, at just 14′ wide, it appears smaller than it’s actual size.
Photo Courtesy of Nicolas Boullosa