Give yourself the advantage of working with the best. This house is one of the most popular tourist attractions located in Northern Poland. While some people might be content with a cookie-cutter home in a bland suburban neighborhood, others create truly one-of-a-kind homes with incredibly imaginative shapes and materials. One of the most socially responsible house designs of this year, this project by Rural Urban Framework has helped rehabilitate a Chinese village that has suffered two natural disasters in the past decade. It was also used as a Nazi hideout during the Second World War.
It took 114 days to build because the workers were so disoriented by the angles of the walls. Since then, others have been found, and now researchers know that even full-grown adults usually do not surpass half an inch in length. Dezeen Daily Dezeen Weekly Dezeen Daily is sent every day and contains all the latest stories from Dezeen. This law now sounds something weird! This is one of the weirdest laws in the world. Lovag unified the home with its natural surrounding by bringing outdoor elements inside, including palm trees and a waterfall. This house is 914 sq ft and of course it offers plenty of natural sunlight. Its wide window allows for gorgeous panoramic views of neighbouring towns and the thick concrete walls provide protection from the elements.
Despite its delicate, elegant appearance, it is quite dangerous to crustaceans—which it in fact devours. Via 5 Upside Down House in Trassenheide, Germany This wacky dwelling was built in 2008 by Polish architects Klaudiusz Golos and Sebastian Mikiciuk as a tourist attraction in the north Germany town. This house is 12,916 square ft and really huge. Visitors can go to the top floor, the attic and roof and have a close look at this masterpiece! Self-sufficiency was key — each property incorporates a rooftop garden that can be used for growing crops, rainwater harvesting, and an entrance that doubles as an area for selling products and produce. Finally, the brain is absorbed. This sweet tree house also comes complete with a King size bed and hot water too! The beautiful property was built by tony Alleyne but he lost it to his ex-wife in a legal battle. Parts of the old can still be seen in the interior such as crosses and the large stained glass windows.
If you feel like you could use some inspiration for your future — or just like checking out the weird ideas some people have — this post is just for you! This article showcases the top 10 weirdest homes in the world. It is a one-bedroom house hollowed out from a single log that came from a 2,100-year old redwood tree. Dezeen Weekly subscribers will also receive occasional updates about events, competitions and breaking news. The Bubble House - located in the Bay Area. To top it all off, the mantis shrimp has eyes equipped with color receptors that are four times as many as that of humans. It is an animal which is comprised of a colony of organisms which work together to function as one. The eyes and notochord like a spine go next.
It is located at 2600 Avenue Pierre-Dupuy on the Marc-Drouin Quay next to the Saint Lawrence River. After Jacksons unfortunate death in 2009 it is now said that his two kids will purchase the home. If in doubt contact your Local Planning Authority. Bart Prince House — Albuquerque, New Mexico images via: Architect is renowned for his incredibly creative approach to designing structures. A lonesome home atop a mountain in Montara, California. This law was imposed to stop milk burglary.
The colours, the movement of the spiral the whole design is very stylish and warm, makes the whole building look nice and cozy, a real place to live in! Floating House — Ukraine images via: An optical illusion? The bathroom and kitchen are prefabricated pods that were lifted into the site during construction. This fun house is wrapped with staircases and a corridor on one side, and the slide on the other side, which together form a circular route around the central area of the house. Most of them are weird homes architecturally. Koliopoulos points out that the four legs and cantilevered design minimize the structures impact by not disrupting the earth as much as a typical home design would have. This dumpster measures about 36 square feet and it is filled by sunlight and surfaced water from rain. Dar al Hajar — Yemen images via: This striking rock palace is not a hotel or a museum. A young architect in Beijing couldn't afford housing in his own city, so he design an egg shape house to sleep on the street.
The colours, the movement of the spiral the whole design is very stylish and warm. The Crooked House Poland Shopping center in downtown Sopot, the Crooked House is currently considered an architectural marvel. It's colourful, misshapen exterior was designed by Friedenscreich Hundertwasser. It is pretty interesting how it was designed — it looks so original and the same time is a building completely stable and comfortable for living. This living fossil sports a protruding nose or stout to detect its prey.
It certainly feels that way! It was originally intended to be only a one-storey building, but he kept adding on, and now it is a huge building that has 3 separate levels and looks like a giant steel pig. He wanted to create a series of houses which bore a resemblance to an abstract tree. It boasts 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a rooftop terrace, a boat lift and deed parking. The entire cost of the project was on par with the cost of a non-rotating house of comparable size. The German Upside-Down House An creates the illusion of defying gravity.
Built by Sou Fujimoto Architects, this 914 square-foot transparent house was inspired by their ancient predecessors who inhabited trees. It has been designed keeping the architecture of the surrounding buildings and looks like a part of them, but gives the impression that it is molten of exhaustion. This house measures just 5 ft wide. After felling this 13 foot diameter forest giant, Art Schmock and a helper needed 8 months of hard labor to hollow out the log into a room 7 ft. The Skateboard House was the project of a private residence, to be built in Malibu, California.
Designed by architect Piet Blom in 1984, each cube house has three floors. Cohetillos, El Alto, Bolivia Source: Bolivian architect Freddy Mamani designed these kitsch-looking mansions to reinvent the city once known for its monochromatic architecture. The architect Moshe Safdie created it as a main attraction for Expo 67, when it was officially exposed! In Switzerland, Flushing the Toilet After 10 pm is Illegal The Government of Switzerland considers flushing the toilet after 10pm as noise pollution. Along with its unique and extendable jaw that appears to unhinge when feeding, the overall appearance of the goblin shark is both fascinating and terrifying at the same time. Niteroi Contemporary Art Museum Brazil The Niterói Contemporary Art Museum is situated in the city of Niterói, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. But all the time it had been built was worth, considering the result — the building resembles an enormous egg, lying in an artificial lake, it is all made of titanium and glass and looks really amazing! The Keret House, Poland Source: This is the world's slimmest house.