10 Weirdest Houses In The World

These strange and unusual structures are memorable each in its own unique way.

The world is full of creative minds that are able to transform the way we perceive even the simplest and most basic of things like a house for example. We’ve all seen some interesting houses in our lifetime but they can’t even hold a candle to the insane houses that we’re about to show you. These strange and unusual structures are memorable each in its own unique way.

#The Pole House (Australia)

The ‘floating’ Pole House, supported by steel stilts raising it 132ft above a stunning beach on the Great Ocean Road, now has a sleek new look.
The iconic building, above Fairhaven Beach, is only accessible via a 76ft-long walkway which has been transformed with glass balustrades to give the impression of walking on air above the lush landscape below.

#The Flintstone-style house (California)

Since we’re imagining how it would be like to live in all sorts of crazy homes, it would be a shame to fail to mention this extraordinary retreat from Malibu, California. This is how the Flintstones’ house would look like if they were our contemporaries.

#Sky-high Single Family Home in Prescott, Arizona 

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's the Falcon Nest, a ten-story dwelling whose 124-foot stature makes it the tallest single family home in North America.

#Upside Down House in Trassenheide, Germany

This out of the ordinary house was designed for a special exhibition in Trassenheide Germany and is open to the public for visiting. The creators – Klaudiusz Golos and Sebastion Mikuciuk say they “didn’t built the house for a reason, they just wanted to do something different.”  

#Floating Home in Seattle, Washington

The movie “Sleepless in Seattle” made the city famous for float home living, because in the movie, Tom Hanks’ character lives on a floating home. That exact house can still be seen today floating on Seattle’s Lake Union, as well as this new floating home designed by Vandeventer + Carlander Architects.

#Fallingwater in Mill Run, Pennsylvania

American architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed and built this home in the late 1930’s in order to observe the cascades from the waterfalls in this small Pennsylvania town. 

#Seashell Home in Isla Mujeres, Mexico

This visually iconic home can be found on the shore on a Mexican beach as though it has been washed up from the sea. This extravagant home comes complete with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a private pool.

#Dome Home in New Paltz, New York

 While it maintains a low profile in the sprawling 18-acre forest at the foot of the Mohonk Preserve, this humble dome home is a true architectural and engineering feat.

#Contemporary Condominium in Guilford, Connecticut

It's easy to mistake this surreal structure for a monorail, but the curious construction is actually a residential building. The 1,672-square-foot condominium casts a striking silhouette with its long and lean shape and array of glittering windows. 

#Glass House in Bridgehampton, New York

Despite its secluded surroundings, this 7,354-square-foot estate in The Hamptons feels bright, open, and inviting thanks to the unrestrained use of glass panels that boldly stand in for walls.

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10 Weirdest Houses In The World
These strange and unusual structures are memorable each in its own unique way.
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