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World's Most Unusual Houses

World's Most Unusual Houses bart prince house
Bart Prince Homes
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Bubble House
World's Most Unusual Houses dal al hajar house
Dal al Hajar House
World's Most Unusual Houses toilet shaped house
Toilet Shaped House
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Upside Down House

World's Most Unusual Houses


World's Most Unusual Houses - Home Sweet Home


            Our homes are very close to our hearts and a pivotal part of our lives. However while many of us love our homes and depend on them greatly, the majority of houses still follow a fairly mundane design. This is not true of all homes however, as this list of some of the world's most unusual houses proves. Read on...

Bart Prince Homes: Bart Prince is an architect who is well known for his unusual structures. These include many unusual homes that break the mould of the box-shaped buildings we all drew as children and are some of the world's most unusual houses. Each home revolves around a central theme, and is designed from the 'inside out'. Bart Prince's own home is of course a testament to this original and quirky design – some kind of metallic snake-like looking building that is suspended in the air and features unusual looking antennae along with some other mysterious features.

Dal al Hajar: Dal al Hajar in Yemen is one of the world's most unusual houses for sure but it quite different from those designs of Bart Prince. This is really more of a palace than a house per-se, but was designed to be a summer home. Cut straight into the rock that forms its base it is highly tall and narrow in its design and made up from many different layers and levels.

Bubble House: The bubble house in Tourettes-su-Loup, France is listed as a historic monument despite being designed in the 70s and being as-yet incomplete. The design is highly futuristic and you might expect from the name it is made up from several 'bubble' shapes give it round ceilings and walls – which is reflected in the curved convex windows and doors too. It also features a range of round pools and waterfalls and if that wasn't enough it's situated on a volcanic terrain.

Upside Down House: Situated in Szymbark in Poland, the upside down house is essentially exactly what it sounds like – a house that is completely upside down. Looking like any other wooden home apart from that rather distinguishing feature, it was designed to be a statement on 'communism and the end of the world' (whatever that means...). Apparently just standing inside the building can make you feel dizzy and seasick. One of the world's most unusual houses and apparently one of the most sickening and disorientating as well!

Toilet Shaped House: Again this is a house that is adequately described by its title – the toilet shaped house is a house that is shaped like a toilet, or more accurately a toilet seat with a distinct lack of cistern at the back. The windows are glass around the outside making for a very spacious and light interior. This masterpiece can be found in Suweon, South Korea.

Floating House: The floating house is one of the world's most unusual houses and also one of the most striking. Here the name is slightly misleading – of course the house does not actually float, it just appears to be floating as the result of some very clever design work that enables it to be held up by just one point. Found allegedly in the Ukraine there are some claims that it may be a hoax.

Crooked House: The crooked house is Poland's second entry into the world's most unusual houses and is less 'crooked' than wavy, looking like its morphing and warping along the vertical edges and inducing quite a headache. Apparently inspired by the paintings of the Polish artist 'Jan Marcin Szancer' it can be found in Sopot. Unfortunately it is a contentious entry into any list of the world's most unusual houses as it is actually a shopping mall more than a home.

Shoe House: Surely inspired by the nursery rhyme (about the old lady who lived in a shoe) it seems like someone decided to turn it into a reality. That someone was the artist-come-hotelier Ron Van Zyl who built a shoe shaped house for his wife in South Africa.