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World's Most Bizarre Houses~The Flintstone House (Calif.)

World's Most Bizarre Houses~The Flintstone House (Calif.)

Shanghai's Oriental Pearl Tower - Silver Negative

Shanghai's Oriental Pearl Tower - Silver Negative

700 year old Iranian Home. Allegedly, these homes in Iran, carved out of solid rock, were built on the order of 700 years ago

700 year old Iranian Home. Allegedly, these homes in Iran, carved out of solid rock, were built on the order of 700 years ago

Airplane house (Abuja, Nigeria)  At first glance, this looks like a horrible plane crash! But it turns out this site was no accident. To honor his wife’s love of travel, Said Jammal built their home in a shape of an airplane.

Airplane house (Abuja, Nigeria) At first glance, this looks like a horrible plane crash! But it turns out this site was no accident. To honor his wife’s love of travel, Said Jammal built their home in a shape of an airplane.

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מדהים בתים משוגעים

20 Most Bizarre Houses around the world

20 Most Bizarre Houses around the world

Lloyd’s Blog: Vin's Acorn Pod Sauna,  What???!!!!!!!!!

Lloyd’s Blog: Vin's Acorn Pod Sauna, What???!!!!!!!!!

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Upside Down House

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Jellyfish 45 Created by Giancarlo Zema Design, this floating dwelling of the future houses up to six people. The five-level residence features a spiral staircase and a teak deck. Most levels of the home would bob above the surface but an acrylic viewport at the very base would allow occupants to watch sea life, submarine-style. Designed to mimic a jellyfish, the plastic home, which is approximately 50-feet at its widest, would be reinforced by fiberglass.

Jellyfish 45 Created by Giancarlo Zema Design, this floating dwelling of the future houses up to six people. The five-level residence features a spiral staircase and a teak deck. Most levels of the home would bob above the surface but an acrylic viewport at the very base would allow occupants to watch sea life, submarine-style. Designed to mimic a jellyfish, the plastic home, which is approximately 50-feet at its widest, would be reinforced by fiberglass.

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