10 most unusual houses in the world
Categories: Design and ArchitectureBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/article/10-most-unusual-houses-in-the-world.html
Moving to a new house or apartment is definitely one of the most exciting moments in life, especially for those who still can't find an outlet for their imagination. Throughout history, people have lived everywhere - in caves, and in huts, and in castles. And today, it seems as if you can find any house or apartment. Some have to be creative due to some physical limitation, while others do it for no reason. If you've been looking for crazy ideas for your future home, or just want to look at "weird square footage", this post is for you. Which of these houses would you like to live in?
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1. Transparent house in Japan.
5. Home for skateboarders in the USA.
8. The narrowest house in the world, Poland.
9. This house, sandwiched between two other buildings, is only 92-152 cm wide!
15. An old water tower turned into a modern home. Belgium.
16. During the war, this 30-meter tower served as a refuge from the Nazis.
19. House in the style of the Flintstones in the USA.
20. This one-story house in Malibu was inspired by the famous cartoon about a prehistoric family.
21. TV host Dick Clark put it up for sale for $3.5 million.
23. The smallest house in the world. Germany.
24. The area of the house is one square meter.
25. You can make a house yourself.
26. Plus, it's portable.
28. House with slides, Japan.
29. In this house, on the one hand, there is an ordinary staircase, on the other - a slide, along which you can move down to the first floor.
32. Stone-house, Portugal.
33. Although the house looks like a stone, it has a door, a chimney and a window.
34. In addition, it has become a popular tourist attraction.
35. Former church converted into a modern home. Holland.
36. The Zecc Architecten company has already turned two such churches in Utrecht into residential buildings.
39. Shell house in Mexico.
40. Inspired by the work of Antonio Gaudí, a young family with two children in Mexico City commissioned a shell house to be built for them.