Designers have really creative work to do and some of them look out of the box and come up with some unusual designs that are not to be seen much. You will be more than excited to see some pretty unique and weird houses they created and that people live in. Traditional homes are not fun anymore and once you see these cool houses, you would probably love to have one of your own. Each house is unique in its own way and tells a different story. Would you like your home to tell a story to the world? If yes, you will have to be bold and forget about the simple and basic designs. Scroll down and check out the Unique And Weird Houses From All Around The World. You will be more than excited to see them and share them with your friends, trust me!
Thin Flat House in Thurlow Square in London
This is the thinnest house in London. Can you imagine living here? This is one of the most popular optical illusions in London. This building in fact widens from its skinniest point and it’s in the shape of a triangle. Moreover, it’s quite a pricy piece of property and lots of people like to buy an apartment here.
Piano and Violin House in China
This house was built by a group of students at the Hefei University of Technology. It’s pretty amazing that you can access the piano building through an elevator in the violin building.
Car House, Austria
The house car was originally a home and it was renovated in 2003, but later the owners opened a hotel and a bar in it. What’s interesting about this house is the fact that it’s eco-friendly. It has a technology that provides energy-efficient heating and insulation.
Dog House, Idaho, USA
This is a guest house which can provide you with bed and breakfast. It’s the world’s biggest beagle house ever.
Seashell Shape Home, Mexico
This house was inspired by Nautilus. The giant seashell house is more than amazing and the colorful mosaics give the effect of a rainbow. I’m totally in love with this one. How about you?
Stone House, Portugal
The Steel House in Lubbock, Texas
Did you know that this house is made of 150 tons of blackened steel? USrprisignly. the interior is wooden and it resembles a tree trunk. Although the construction of this house took almost 35 years, it was never completed fully. There are still some gapping holes. Now, one neighbour is keeping the house alive by providing tours.
Hobbit House in Pembrokeshire, Wales
For this design, the architect was most certainly inspired by the Lord of the Rings. This is a super cozy home that looks astonishing.
The Farnsworth House – Plano, Illinois
Gue(Ho)st in Delme, France
Does this house remind you of shaving foam? It seems like the architect had an accident with it! It’s super fun, isn’t it?
The Toilet House in Suwon, South Korea
Did someone say toilet house? Yes, that exists too! More than one million dollars were spent on this creation which was built to commemorate the World Toilet Association. How do you like the huge rooftop balcony?
Beer Can House in Houston, Texas
Are you a beer lover? Can you believe that this house is decorated with 50000 beer cans? Other materials that are used in this building are stone, metal, concrete, and marble.
Upside Down House, Russia
Have you seen other weird houses around the world? Share them in the comments below!