1. Aeroplane house (Boeing 727)
When this Oregon guy got tired of living in apartments, he went ahead and took a whole plane and changed into a home. It has now turned out to be a terrific house strategically positioned in the woods, perfectly spacious and worth living in. Bruce Campbell is such a lucky man.
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2. Flinstones-inspired house (Malibu)
Malibu is one of the most fun places to live in on this planet. The house is set in a well-lit space, besides the ocean. The living rooms are spectacular and artsy. The bedroom seems to be a heaven on earth. Above all, best air circulation to keep you away from stupor when you get high on booze.
3. Upside-down house (Poland)
Perhaps you should have this on your holiday plans for the year. The house was completed in 2007. The furnishings and interior decor are also inverted!
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4. Transparent house (Japan)
Well, this is one of a kind. Everything that you do, everyone whose outside sees it. I bet there’s a limitation to some extent – how would you make love when everyone from outside sees you?
Built by the late mayor of Suwon, South Africa the house cost 1.1 million dollars. It was built to mark the meeting of the world toilet association in 2007.
6. Log house (Northern California)
You can imagine living in a house built out of a log! How cool is that? But more interesting is the fact that the material is 1900 years old. It’s insane!
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