Bunny Lane – The Rustic Chic Collaboration of Adam Kalkin and Albert Hadley

Architect Adam Kalkin’s iconic “Bunny Lane” house in Bernardsville, NJ is for sale (actually it’s been on the market since March 2009).  I don’t really get into hawking real estate, but I have always been fascinated by this house ever since I saw it featured in The New York Times several years ago and saw a similar house by Kalkin erected on the grounds of the Shelburne Museum (www.shelburnemuseum.org) in Vermont.  Mr. Kalkin (www.architectureandhygiene.com) approaches building by using gigantic shipping crates and outfitting them into modern residences.  Bunny Lane’s interior design was by American legend Albert Hadley and I love the mix of modern and traditional used throughout.  Christie’s Great Estates is handling the sale for a cool $2.4 million. 

Photos by Christie’s Great Estates

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