10 Crazy Home Designs You Can Find In The World

 

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Expression is significant to a human being. We must express ourselves in one way or another, or we risk the consequences of never being heard, understood, or acknowledged. Many of us prefer music and dancing; others love poems and prose. However, do you know that architecture is also a form of expression, as it is a form of art?

To design a home where the inhabitants of that home have to feel very comfortable is no easy task. Are you looking for a home? Check out US-Reviews. While many architects have settled into the urban norm, others have made statements with their designs. Some are gothic, scary, or just magical—all are creative. Check here to see some online reviews about gothic home decor companies.

These home designs are one of the most mind-numbing and eye-catching designs you will ever see. Check them out;

1.  Transparent House in Tokyo, Japan

Inspired by Japanese ancestors who lived in trees, this house is entirely transparent. You get a lot of sunshine and light, but you get little to no privacy. The Sou Fujimoto Architects built it.

2.  Skateboard House, Malibu, California

Designed by Pierre Andre Senizergues, it is built exactly like a big skateboarding rink. For people who “live” skateboard, this is one great house.

3.  Old Water Tower, Belgium

This tower stored water for many years in Belgium. During the second world war, it was a Nazi hideout. However, Bham Design Studio, a Belgian design firm, turned it into a home. Do you want to imagine it? Think of a 100-foot high good-looking home.

4.  Brooklyn Clock Tower Home, New York City

This house is costly. You will find it at the top of Brooklyn’s Clock Tower with a going rate of $18 million. It is a 7000 square foot penthouse that offers an individual one of New York City’s best views.

5.  The steel house, Lubbock, Texas

This house took 23 years to complete, and Robert Bruno built it. Originally intended to be a one-story building, he continued adding to it, and now, it is a giant building made of steel. Also, from this location, one can see the Ransom Canyon underneath extremely well.

6.  Dupli. Casa, Ludwigsburg, Germany

The German architect J. Mayer designed this home, and they are famous for their bizarre home design concepts. The shape of this house is what you will call distorted, but it has a lovely interior.

7.  Upside Down House, Trassenheide, Germany

The Polish architects Klaudiusz Golos and Sebastian Mikiciuk designed this house, and they intended it to be a tourist attraction as part of the ‘World Upside Down Project.’ The aim was to allow the visitors to view the world from a different perspective. Everything in and about this house is upside down, including the furniture.

8.  The Toilet House, Suwon, South Korea

Sim Jae-Duk, the mayor of Suwon, gave the order for this house to be built in commemoration of the founding of the World Toilet Organization. It costs over a million dollars and features an impressive rooftop balcony with the flags of many countries hoisted on it.

9.  The Keret House, Poland

This is the world’s slimmest house—152 centimeters wide at its widest point. The designer of this apartment, Jakub Szczesny, is also its sole occupant. His inspiration? He wanted to utilize all urban spaces, so squeezing his house between two other buildings was an idea.

10. Egg House, Beijing, China

The Chinese architect, Dai Haifei, was concerned by the rising cost of real estate in Beijing, China. He then designed and built this building. It is an egg-shaped house on a sidewalk that is powered solely by solar energy.  It only cost $964 to make it, and apparently, it serves his basic needs.