15. Spaceship House – Signal Mountain, TN, USA
Quintessentially, it is an actual house that was designed to look exactly like a spacecraft, but it does not fly. You would expect the inside of this house to go along with the outside appearance, and be filled with modern-style space-y furniture; and that is almost exactly the type of décor in this home. The only thing missing would be the control room, but there really is no room for that.
14. Mushroom House – Cincinnati, OH, USA
13. Bubble House – Cannes, France
12. The Heliodome – Alsace, France
11. Cube House – Rotterdam, Netherlands
10. House on a Rock – Bajina Basta, Serbia
9. Haines Shoe House – Hellam, PA, USA
This giant shoe was created in 1948 by the man who was known as “the Shoe Wizard.” Colonel Mahlon Nathaniel Haines had this 25-foot tall shoe designed for advertising his forty shoe stores that he had in different states; this one just happened to be in Hellam, Pennsylvania. The Colonel made the shoe so people could stay in different rooms at one time; it was basically a hotel for the elderly for a while.
8. Fallingwater – Pittsburgh, PA, USA
The most famous architect in America, Frank Lloyd Wright, created the home for the Kaufmann family in 1936, who were his clients at the time. It is considered a national landmark, and is just as beautiful on the inside as it is on the outside. The house is decorated with modern-style furniture, and has stones aligned around the outside of the building, giving it the perfect look that one would expect out of a waterfall house.
7. Strawberry House – Tokyo, Japan
6. The Kettle House – Galveston, TX, USA
5. Gold Pyramid House – Wadsworth, IL, USA
4. The Upside – Down House – Niagara Falls, ON, Canada
3. Airplane House – Lake Whittington, MS, USA
2. N55 Walking House – Copenhagen, Denmark
1. Toilet House – Suwon, South Korea