A lot of people think out of box, and as a result their homes are not just looking like a box, but a lot more! Check out the fascinating unusual homes in the world.
The Palm House is one of the gardens located at the Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna, Austria. Built during the 1800s, the house is split into three pavilions and three climate zones, and features several Mediterranean, subtropical and tropical plants.
This house is also called “Fred and Ginger” in homage to the legendary Hollywood actors/dancers Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. Located in Prague, Czech Republic, it was designed by architect Vlado Milunic and Frank Gehry, and was completed in 1996.
In many parts of the world — from Russia to Germany to China — a number of individuals have constructed upside-down houses, mostly as a way to attract tourists. These houses are complete with furnishings which, as you may have guessed it, are inverted.
This unusual house is located in Killeenaran Townland, County Galway, Ireland
Also known as “Half House,” this was designed and built by American architect Earl A. Young (1889-1975). Although he was never a registered architect, Young was responsible for creating 31 buildings in Charlevoix, Michigan. Young was known for his mushroom homes, gnome houses or Hobbit houses, mostly built in different types of stone.
The Doullut Steamboat House is one of the iconic houses in New Orleans, Louisiana. It was built during the early 1900s.
There are a lot of hexagon houses found in many parts of the world. In this picture is the development of hexagon homes in Cubbington, Royal Leamington Spa.
This lone house standing right on the salt marsh within the Merrimack River, Joppa Flats, Newburyport, Massachusetts, United States. The house was illegally built. According to a story, a man just began building this house before anyone else knew what he was doing, and the house was completed before anyone could report him to the authorities.
Its official name is the “Wedding Cake House” due to its wedding cake appearance, especially with the embellishments that resemble a cake icing. It is located in the town of Kennebunk, Maine. It was designed by architect George W. Bourne and was completed in the 19th century. The house is dubbed as the “most photographed house in the state” of Maine.