10 Of the Most Unusual Homes in the World

  digital   Dec 13, 2018   Uncategorized   0 Comment

10 Of the Most Unusual Homes in the World

 

                                                  Each and every individual have their own passion and the way of expressing them has a difference. Having a passion for creative homes is very rare and unique. It is not an easy task as well as it requires lot of efficiency, creativity and hard work. Although most homes are creative, some stand out from the lot.

 

Brooklyn Clock Tower Home, New York City

Brooklyn Clock Tower Home is one of the most expensively build homes. It is located at the top of Brooklyn’s Clock Tower and is a 7,000 square foot penthouse which presents some of the best views in the New York City.

 

Transparent House in Tokyo, Japan

Natural daylight in the house is the most unique feature in the place. This is a house for nature lovers as it is completely transparent and sunlight is all over. Though there is no privacy, the beauty of nature would make go wow. It was built by Sou Fujimoto Architects and is said to be inspired by our ancestors who lived in trees.

 

Giant Seashell House, Mexico

Architects at Arquitectura Organica built this amazing huge seashell shaped house for a family of four in the city of Mexico. It is said that they were inspired by the works of Antoni Gaudi and Frank Lloyd Wright. Wright and Gaudi’s traces can be seen in the use of coloured glasses on the exterior of the house.

 

The Flintstones House, California

This house is very unique and distinct just because of the simple fact that this was created as a replica of the house owned by the Flintstones family from the famous cartoon show in 1960’s. It is a home inspired by pop culture and said to be costing around 3.5 million.

 

Skateboard House, California

If you’re a fan of skating, then this is a definite place for you to visit. It is made exclusively for the skateboard fanatics. The entire house is designed like one big skateboarding rink. Former pro-skating world champion Pierre Andre Senizergues designed this place.

 

Hobbit House, Wales

This house would give you a clear indication that the creator was a huge Lord of the Rings fan. Straight outta Hobbiton, this house was created by a photographer. The unique characteristic here is that this house was built with only natural materials and just costed 5200 dollars.

 

The Keret House, Poland

It is the world’s slimmest house and is just 152 centimetres wide. The resident in the hose was eventually the designer of the place as well. His name is Jakub Szczesny and he wanted to make sure no urban spaces went unused. The most funniest fact is that he squeezed his house between the gap of two other buildings.

 

Old Water Tower, Belgium

A very strange insight to this building is that it was not only used for water storage but also used as a Nazi hideout during the Second World War. Bham Design Studio, a Belgian Design firm made a plan to turn this amazing 100 foot high tower into a very comfortable and luxurious house. Eventually, it became one of the talked houses in the world.

 

Dumpster Home, New York city

Gregory Kloehn, a designer from California, turned an old dumpster into a home for himself. Although the size is small, he’s got everything in there that’s needed to live in the house. He’s got some storage space, a microwave oven, a fridge and even a toilet.

 

The Steel House, Texas

This house was built in Lubbock, Texas over a period of 23 years and it’s creator was Robert Bruno. He originally wanted it to be a one storey building but he kept adding on and on. Currently, it is a huge building which has 3 separate levels and looks like a giant steel pig. He made sure he got this view so that he could get incredible views of the Ransom Canyon below.

The above 10 are the most unusual homes in the world and is said to have created a buzz among people with their unique characteristics. Spaceterior feels that interior design plays a major factor in all these amazing places and that’s the reason they take immense pleasure in teaching lovely techniques to people who are passionate about interior designing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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