Home, sweet Home! This is where most of us remember it as a place that we feel relaxed and our beloved family live in. The place that belongs to us and somehow its rooms and their decoration represent our personality. But sometimes, somewhere, someones would like to go beyond the traditions and make their house their dreamy one.
This is the moment that they will create their special home, which might be from the others’ views seem weird and called the Weird House!
In this article, I present to you my choice of top 10 weirdest houses in the world and the will write to you a little bit about them.
Many people have probably wondered what life would be like living in a sea shell under the sea, and this was the inspiration behind the beautifully crafted ‘Nautilus house’ in Mexico.
This giant seashell house in Mexico City was built and designed by Arquitectura Organica’s Javier Senosiain. The home built features a smooth front facade met with a giant wall of colored mosaics, lighting up the living space in a stunning rainbow effect.
Skateboard house must be the ultimate dream for generations of skateboarders who wanted to bring their practice into their home. The PAS House is the project of a private residence, to be built in Malibu, California.
In this house you will be able to skate any areas and surfaces, Indoor and Outdoor. The client and visionary of the project is Pierre Andre Senizergues (PAS), a former world champion and Pro Skater and the founder of ETNIES.
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The Dancing House (Czech: Tančící dům), or Fred and Ginger, is the nickname given to the Nationale-Nederlanden building on the Rašínovo nábřeží (Rašín Embankment) in Prague, Czech Republic. It was designed by the Croatian-Czech architect Vlado Milunić in cooperation with Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry on a vacant riverfront plot. The building was designed in 1992 and completed in 1996.
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Keret House is a structure and art installation in Warsaw, Poland. It was designed by the architect Jakub Szczęsny through the architecture firm Centrala. The two-story art installation was named after Israeli writer and filmmaker Etgar Keret, who was the building’s first tenant.
Television legend Dick Clark is selling his one-of-a-kind residence in Malibu for $3.5 million. The single-story structure with it’s rocky interior looks just like the home of Fred and Wilma from the classic 60′s cartoon.
This real-world version of the Flintstones’ home has one bedroom and two bathrooms, a fireplace and several large glass windows offering views of city lights and sunsets as well as Serrano Valley, the Boney Mountains, the Channel Islands and the Pacific Ocean. Unfortunately, animal appliances are not included in the deal.
Japanese Studio LEVEL Architects has designed an unusual three-story family house quipped with a slide that connects all three floors. This fun house is wrapped with staircases and a corridor on one side, and the slide on the other side, which together form a circular route around the central area of the house.
The 1,762 square-foot Nakameguro home is located in Meguro-ku, one of the municipalities of Tokyo, Japan. Now the only thing left to figure out is the exact address, and hope that the owners will let me take the slide.
The house was built in 1974 as a family’s rural retreat, but in recent years it has attracted the attention of tourists and architecture enthusiasts alike for being so perfectly integrated into its natural surroundings.
8- The Spaceship House, USA:
By 1972 Star Trek had come and gone and the possibility of alien life was fully lodged into the cultural consciousness. Curtis King embraced this extraterrestrial vibe and built the Spaceship House for his son in 1972, tucking it away in the woods near Signal Mountain, Tennessee.
9- The Bubble House, France:
This is generally known as the Bubble House or the Bubble Palace. Called the Palais Bulles, this unusual architectural form is situated in the town of Théoule-sur-Mer, near Cannes, France witnessing the Mediterranean Sea. Built by architect Antti Lovag in 1970, the design of this house incorporates smooth and round forms eliminating lines and sharp angles as if to blend with the surroundings.
In 1989 the Palais Bulles was sold to fashion designer Pierre Cardin who said “Here, I found the place that allowed me to incorporate what I had dreamed and collected, possibly for a future museum. It is certain that in 10 or 15 years it will have great cultural design resonance“.
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10 – The Steel House, USA:
Architect and sculptor Robert Bruno’s steel house/sculpture in Lubbock, Texas. Bruno spent 23 years building this strange home that looks like a giant pig out of 110 tons of steel.
Robert began his sculptural home in 1973, with a very fluid and organic plan. Trained as a sculpture, he moved to Lubbock from Mexico to teach at Texas Tech. A bit dismayed by the flat local landscape, he soon discovered an anomaly at Ransom Canyon. Even as you near the canyon, you can’t truly see it, as it is carved into the flat landscape. But here you will find a vista with more drama, while keeping all of the incredible vast Texan sky.
These were the house that caught my eyes!
If you know any others better than and weirder than these, feel free to write in the comments