Instead of living in little boxes, some people prefer to live in interesting pieces of art. Funky architechture always is a plus in my book!
The Upside down house in Trassenheide Germany.
I feel like I would get vertigo or something and pass out walking in this house. Even the furniture is stuck to the ceiling.
The Mushroom House or Tree House in Hyde Park Cincinnati, Ohio. Designed by Terry Brown.
Brown taught Architecture and Interior design at the University of Cincinnati, and was aided in the construction of this house by university students.
Titled: "Casa de Pedra" or "House of Stone" is a house that is carved in a giant rock in the mountains of Fafe, Portugal.
The "Beer Can House" in Houston Texas, by John Milkovisch. Composed of more than 50,000 cans on its facade.
The "Haines Shoe House" built in Pennsylvania in 1948 as an advertising gimmick by Colonel Mahlon N. Haines, the Shoe Wizard of York.
People love their alien pods/spaceships!
This one is located in Frisco North Carolina. Designed by Matti Suuronen, composed of polyester, plastic and fiberglass.
Having personally driven by this house, I can honestly say I think I saw a family of aliens in the back yard...
For the theoretical physicists.
Titled: "The Vortex House" located in Montrose Houston. Unfortunately, this house has been demolished. =/
The Sea Shell House in Isla Mujeres, Mexico. Complete with a 180 degree view of Mexico.
Who says that Mexico doesn't have nice things?! This is definitely not a cheap vacation rental.
French House built on a collapsed bridge over the Seine
Now, why would anyone believe it is a good idea to built a house on top of a collapsed bridge? Some people just don't learn.
Reportedly a source of inspiration for many painters, including Monet, it is a symbol of Vernon in France.
The House with the Goose roof
Created by: John Stacy in 1940.
I wonder if the goose has any golden eggs to show for?
Miniature House on Stilts.
Now this is the perfect getaway home. No visitors, no people, no technology. Just thoughts, relaxation and meditation.
Somewhere deep in the forests of Tenessee, you can find this concrete UFO shaped house. Complete with a drop down staircase that leads directly to a bar.
How much you want to bet that somewhere in their basement they have actual proof of aliens?! I'll put money on that since the location wasn't even disclosed.
Located in Da Lat Vietnam, designed by Dang Viet Nga, an avant-grade artist.
This is a hotel commonly referred to by locals as "The Crazy House"
Thorpeness, England. Titled: "House in the Clouds", was origionally a water tower and later turned into an aesthetically beautiful piece of architecture.
Montreal, Canada: Habitat 67.
Designed by Moche Safdie, built as part of Expo 67, he came up with the idea for his master thesis at McGill University. These structures are supposed to exemplify the lifestyles people will eventually have to live as cities become overcrowded and increasingly over-populated.