1. Skateboard House, Malibu, California
Designed by Pierre Andre Senizergues, a former pro-skating world champion, the entire house is designed like one big skateboarding rink.
2. The Keret House, Poland
It is the world’s slimmest house and is only 152 cm at its widest point. The designer built this house for himself and to make sure no urban space go unused, he squeezed his house in between two other buildings.
3. The Hobbit House, Wales
This house was built by a photographer who was a huge LOTRfan, but the most surprising fact about the house is that is built using only natural materials.
4. Old Water Tower, Belgium
Once used to store water and also as a Nazi hideout, a Belgian design firm turned this 100-foot-high tower into a very comfortable and good-looking house.
5. Brooklyn Clock Tower Home, New York City
Located at the top of Brooklyn’s Clock Tower, it provides some of the best views of New York City. This is a 7000 square foot penthouse and is a very costly one.
6. The Flintstones House, Malibu, California
Inspired by pop culture, the house is an exact replica of the house owned by the Flintstones family from the popular cartoon show.
7. Dumpster Home, New York City
A Californian designer turned an old dumpster into a living space for himself. This house looks small but it contains all the things that are necessary for living like storage space, a microwave, a fridge, and even a toilet.
8. Giant Seashell House, Mexico City
This giant seashell-shaped house was built for a family of four in Mexico City and has the use of colored glass on the exterior of the house.
9. The Steel House, Lubbock, Texas
It took Robert Bruno 23 long years to build this house. Though the house was originally designed to be single-story Bruno kept on adding and now it is a three-story building with three separate levels and looks exactly like e pig from the exterior.
10. Star Trek Voyage House, Hinckley, Leicestershire
This house is designed like the interior of the Star Trek Ship. The house has the complete arrangement of LED Lights and intergalactic sound effects.
11. Upside Down House, Trassenheide, Germany
The house was basically built as a tourist attraction as a part of the ‘World Upside Down Project’. Everything inside and outside the house is arranged in upside-down manner to allow the visitors to view the world from a different perspective.
12. The Toilet House, Suwon, South Korea
To commemorate the founding of the World Toilet Organisation, the mayor of Suwon had this building designed in the shape of a toilet. It has a beautiful rooftop balcony which has flags of different nations hoisted on it. It is one of the costliest houses
13. Dupli Casa, Ludwigsburg, Germany
The German architects who are known for their bizarre concepts of building houses are the ones who build this strangely shaped house.
14. Cohetillos, El Alto, Bolivia
Build by a Bolivian architect, this kitsch-looking mansion is a step towards reinventing the city’s style of monochromatic architecture.
15. S-House, Saitama, Japan
It is a glasshouse in japan. The building is very simple and intelligently designed allowing plenty of sunlight to enter but offers no privacy to the resident.
16. Egg House, Beijing, China
Owing to the hike in the price of real estate, Chinese architect Dai Haifei built himself this strange-looking egg-shapes house on a sidewalk.
17. Rancho Burrito, East Austin, Texas
This is actually a 280 square feet long shipping container that is now used as a home. It contains a bedroom, kitchen, and even a hot bathtub.
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18. Shark Attack Home, Headington, Oxford
The house got its name from its design, in the roof of the house, a 7.5 m grate whale made of fiberglass is seen crashing. Now the house in an important landmark of the place
19. Gue(ho)st House, Delme, France
It is very difficult to describe the house in words. The building is given the shape of an imaginary ghost. For better effect, the walls of the exterior are made of polystyrene.
20. Transparent House in Tokyo, Japan
Inspired by our ancestors: the way they used to live under the sky in trees, this house is built completely transparent.