A California woman is going ahead with the construction of a house made of elements from a 747 Jumbo jet.
The wing of the Boeing jet will be used for the roof, its nose as a meditation temple while its trademark "bulge" will serve as a loft.
The plane's parts were obtained from an aeroplane scrap yard in California.
They cost around $100,000 (£56,000) to purchase, while the construction of the project, which is expected to start in June, is thought likely to cost several million dollars by the time it is completed.
Ms Rehwald's family owns one of California's largest Mercedes-Benz dealerships.
The property will be set on a 55-acre (22-ha) piece of land on the remote Malibu hills, looking out onto a nearby mountain range, a valley and the Pacific Ocean.