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  •   20 Most Bizarre Houses around the world Published on 1/26/2009 under Cool Home Design
  • The,Toilet-shaped house- in Suwon (South Korea). South Korean sanitation activists marked the start of a global toilet association right here on November 21, 2007, by lifting the lid on the world's first lavatory-shaped home that offers plenty of water closet space.
  • The, Spaceship House - a weird house in Chattanooga (TN, USA). View slide
  • The Teapot Done a strange house in Zillah (WA, USA). It was built in 1922 as a reminder of the Teapot Dome Scandal involving President Warren G. Harding and a federal petroleum reserve in Wyoming. View slide
  • The, Nautilus House in Mexico DF (Mexico), is a seashell-inspired abode built by designed by Senosiain Arquitectos for a couple.
  • The Shoe House in Hellam (Pennsylvania, USA). It was an actual guesthouse (3 bedroom, 2 baths, a kitchen and a living room) of a local shoe magnate, Mahlon N. Haines. After his death, it was an ice cream parlor for a while, and now it is a museum.
  • The, Upside-Down House in Szymbark (Poland). The house was created by Daniel Czapiewski to describe the former communist era and the present times in which we live.
  • The Cube house, in Rotterdam (Holland). All of this 32 cube houses are attached to each other. Designed by architect Piet Blom in 1984, each cube house has three floors.
  • The Bubble House in Cannes (France). In the early eighties, fashion designer Pierre Cardin bought this atypical summer house built by architect Antti Lovag.
  • The, Eliphante Art House in Cornville (AZ, USA). Artist Michael Kahn and his wife Leda Livant built it from found materials piece by piece.
  • The Mushroom House in Cincinnati (Ohio, USA).
  • The,One Log House in Garberville (California, USA). It is a one-bedroom house hollowed out from a single log that came from a 2,100-year old redwood tree. 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. high and 32 ft. long, weighing about 42 tons.
  • The Fallingwate, in Pennsylvania (USA). It was designed by American architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1935 and built partly over a waterfall.
  • The Steel House, in Lubbock (Texas, USA). Architect and sculptor Robert Bruno spent 23 years building this strange home that looks like a giant pig out of 110 tons of steel.
  • The Pickle Barrel House, in Michigan (USA).
  • The Strawberry house. in Tokyo (Japan).
  • The Errante’s Guest House, in Chile.
  • The Kettle House, in Texas (USA).
  • The Kvivik Igloo, in Kvivik (Faroe Islands).
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