The Haines Shoe House is a shoe-shaped house in Hellam Township, Pennsylvania about two miles west of the borough of Hallam, on Shoe House Road near the Lincoln Highway.
In the seaside resort town of Théoule-sur-Mer on France’s Côte d’Azur, the historic buildings are picturesque and quaint with their terracotta tile roofs and white plaster walls that gleam in the sun. Except for one.
Ever wanted to live underwater? This might just be the closest you’ll ever get. Known for its interesting shell-inspired structure, the house can accommodate four people with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchenette, and an inviting pool.
The upside down house is a normal 3-story-house, except, it was upside down. This upside down house is exhibited in Huasan 1914 Creative Park.
The Keret House is squeezed into a crevice between two buildings in the centre of Warsaw and will provide a temporary home for travelling writers.
The ultimate dream for generations of skateboarders who wanted to bring their practice into their home has finally come true – the PAS house is the first house designed to be entirely used for skateboarding as well as being a traditional dwelling.
What looks like a jetliner that has miraculously landed in the woods is actually one man’s dream retreat! Inspired by his passion for the aircraft as well as the need for shelter, Oregonian Bruce Campbell converted a Boeing 727-200 into a home.
We thought we’ve seen it all — homes that look like pineapples, fish and even a picnic basket — but we just stumbled upon one of the most bizarre, yet elegant dwellings yet — a house shaped like a giant glittering grand piano and a violin.
From the architect. You may remember Sou Fujimoto Architects radical House NA from this video we shared with you last November. Designed for a young couple in a quiet Tokyo neighborhood, the 914 square-foot transparent house contrasts the typical concrete block walls seen in most of Japan’s dense residential areas.
Described by many as the ideal pad for Bond villains, Casa Brutale—the viral project launched by architecture firm OPA in July 2015—is set to be constructed. Recently, the Dutch firm announced that the cutting-edge project has received enough funding to proceed with construction in Beirut, Lebanon starting in mid July (subject to the issuing of the building permit) and slated to complete by 2018.
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