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Steampunk Wonderland2021-05-03T12:19:25-05:00

Palmer, Massachusetts

Bruce Rosenbaum has been dubbed the Steampunk Guru by the Wall Street Journal and Steampunk Evangelist by Wired Magazine. Bruce’s functional Steampunk artwork has been featured in the Boston Globe, The Chicago Tribune, The New York Times, Architectural Digest, CNN, NPR and featured on MTV, A&E, HGTV and Netflix.

Bruce and his wife Melanie purchased an 1876 Victorian Church in Palmer, MA to convert it into their home, gallery and workshop space. The Rosenbaum’s church conversion project – Steampunk Wonderland – is featured in the Netflix Original docuseries – Amazing Interiors (episode 8). This is our second home owner featured in the series following Ojas Patel and his home (which is now sold)

Bruce’s company, ModVic, works with clients all across the world to take period, repurposed, personal and meaningful objects, and creatively infuse them with modern technology to transform the ordinary into incredible Steampunk functional art. The Steampunk art and design process celebrates history, while setting a path for a reimagined better future — telling the personal stories of individuals, organizations and places along the way. Learn more about his home by following him on Instagram.

See a Steampunk Tiny House and More on the

 2021 Austin Virtual Weird Homes Tour

Featuring seven virtual tours on-demand and a live homeowner Q&A panel on May 15th!


The Weird Homes Tour’s physical and virtual home tours showcase unique and interesting homes in cities all across the world.  They are highly Instagram and social media worthy and family-friendly events where photos are welcome.

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