Tag Archives: Airpark

Discovery Trail Farm Airpark – An Olympic Paradigm Shift

Dave LeRoux AirparkEvery airpark is different. Some are in the middle of God’s country where each lot offers ten acres, the perfect blend of deciduous and coniferous trees, and sprawling estates. Others can be found in the middle of an urban jungle where the hangar homes are exquisitely designed into the surrounding canvas of concrete, steel, and glass. And then there’s the concept of “Cluster Developments” which presents a paradigm shift in how an airpark might be developed. Continue reading Discovery Trail Farm Airpark – An Olympic Paradigm Shift

HangarPad Review: Texas Meets Frank Lloyd Wright

HangarPad Review Frank Lloyd Wright Meets TexasIt’s been a couple years since our visit with Jim and Susie Awalt of Lago Vista, Texas and profiling their hangar home in our HangarPad Review. I readily admit their hangar, with its creature comforts and furnishings, still rates as one of the top hangars HangarSphere has had the privilege to review. We’ve come across another hangar home that matches the same level of thoughtful design, function, and execution and we are pleased to present it here. Continue reading HangarPad Review: Texas Meets Frank Lloyd Wright

Alpine Airpark – Where Airpark And Outdoor Lifestyles Become One

Alpine AirparkOne of the overriding missions of HangarSphere is to share and celebrate the lifestyles of those who love aviation and have incorporated it into their day-to-day lives. Airparks capture this element right at the very core. Alpine Airpark, in the extreme western reaches of Wyoming, was an obvious choice as the spotlight of HangarSphere’s first issue. Continue reading Alpine Airpark – Where Airpark And Outdoor Lifestyles Become One

Request For Peer Input On Hangar Home

Genoa Airpark Home ConstructionWe would like to introduce you to Aaron Scicluna. He and his wife, Lindsay, are in the process of designing their new hangar home to be built at the Aero Lake Estates Airpark in Genoa, Illinois. They would like to take the next few seasons to finalize their design and break ground just after the spring thaw in 2015. Continue reading Request For Peer Input On Hangar Home