How to Hide a House

“It’s not the sort of house you’d expect to find in a leafy New Jersey town: a big, galvanized-steel shed that would seem more at home in an industrial par

“It’s not the sort of house you’d expect to find in a leafy New Jersey town: a big, galvanized-steel shed that would seem more at home in an industrial park. But that’s only the beginning. Lift up one of the shed’s big garage doors, and you find a tiny clapboard cottage — much more in keeping with this part of the world — at one end of the cavernous space. But at the other end is a 27-foot-high, 33-foot-wide grid of nine rooms that looks like a cross between a 1950’s elementary school and the set of ‘Hollywood Squares…'”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
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