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  • Okay, you're walking around a foreign land and suddenly bump into a toilet the size of a house.

  • Wow, you don't need to go that bad.

  • You rub your eyes.

  • But then comes a new surprise.

  • A giant shoe with real windows.

  • This is not my weird fantasy, but a really tour of the weirdest mansions in the world.

  • Transparent house.

  • If you can never get enough of natural daylight in your house, you can try moving into the so called house Entei in Tokyo, Japan.

  • It has hardly any walls since it's all glass windows, the architect say.

  • They were inspired by prehistoric people who lived in trees, and so the entire house reminds of that open and transparent way of living.

  • The Cloud House, another nature inspired creation, is located in Melbourne, Australia.

  • It's actually an extension of a century old Edwardian home, carefully added to make the house stand out and bringing history and modernity together.

  • The red kitchen box serves as a transition between the two, the bubble house standing on a rocky cliff overlooking the Mediterranean Sea in the south of France.

  • Here comes the house with no right angles.

  • It's architect was trying to recreate a cave dwelling back in the 19 seventies.

  • Around 20 years later, famous designer Pierre Cardin's purchased the house, and it became a place for fashion photography and shows and film festival parties.

  • The toilet house, my personal favorite, the then mayor of South Korean city of Soo Wan, wanted to have a toilet shaped house in honor of the opening of the World Toilet Association.

  • So he took down his old house and instead got a house to satisfy anxiety.

  • This is how they poetically named bathrooms in Korea.

  • There is a beautiful rooftop balcony with flags of different member countries, the houses ICO friendly with rainwater harvesting technology.

  • It is now a toy themed park that has related art and sell souvenirs.

  • Just, you know, don't be caught swimming in the pool when someone decides to pull that giant, shiny handled Dr Seuss tower.

  • This crazy looking mansion in Alaska has never belonged to Dr Seuss, but looks like it comes straight out of his books.

  • The creator and owner of the tower, Philip Weidner, explains.

  • He started with a two story log cabin, and then he just couldn't stop himself from adding floor after floor.

  • It's hard to say exactly how many of them he ended up with somewhere between 14 and 17 and the construction is still going on.

  • When he finishes, Mr Weiner plans to put a telescope on top and watch the northern lights and snack on.

  • Some green eggs and ham are cup.

  • Our cup is described as the next generation floating house, but in fact is more of a floating, luxurious villa, his creators explain.

  • It was inspired by urban growth and rising seas and gives an eco friendly, sustainable solution to both.

  • There are four bedrooms, huge Dex terraces, Florida ceiling windows and all possible amenities, plus a water purification waste management and rainwater harvesting systems.

  • Another cool thing about our cup is that it's elevated above the water and is stable enough even in rough seas.

  • It's currently stationed in Miami but can be moved anywhere on request.

  • Bad Casa Batman fans rejoice.

  • You can now spend a day or two in a mansion in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, that's dedicated to your favorite character.

  • There are two separate suites inside the masterpiece, with curved shapes and structure inspired by Spanish architect Galati.

  • There is a vertebrae, staircase cave bedrooms and tree vines hanging off ceilings.

  • The Flintstones house Either you're already a fan or not.

  • Yet the exact replica of Fred and Wilma's rocky home in Malibu, California, is definitely worth a visit.

  • Although it looks prehistoric.

  • The house has one bedroom and two bathrooms that are 100% modern and comfortable.

  • The house is up for sale for 3.5 1,000,000.

  • Sadly, Barney and Betty Rubble don't live next door, but as a bonus you get the best 360 degree views of the Pacific Ocean, Bony Mountains and Los Angeles Mallet Whorehouse, also known as the Tele Tubby House.

  • This mansion in Wales UK is completely underground, and you can on Lino.

  • It's there by the huge front glass window.

  • The roof is covered with glass and blends with the landscape.

  • The whole construction is curved and smooth on the inside, and even though it still looks like it arrived from the future, it was built in 1998 Giant Seashell house.

  • Ever wondered what living in a seashell would feel like?

  • You can find the answer in Mexico City.

  • It's an example of what the designers call bio architecture.

  • The house was built for a young family with two kids who wanted to get closer to nature.

  • There are smooth lines, spiral stairs and huge colored mosaics that fills the house with fantastic shades of sunlight.

  • The Steel House.

  • It took the owner over 30 years to create this four legged steel house in Lubbock, Texas, and it's still incomplete.

  • The original plan was to have just one floor, but eventually it transformed into a huge construction that looks like a pig demanding its creator well, that each piece of 150 tons of black and steal by hand without any outside help on the inside, the house looks like a tree trunk with stained glass windows.

  • Element.

  • House Star Axis Looks like the future is already here in New Mexico.

  • This house is basically a living being, since it can grow with extra units and be rearranged the way you like it.

  • It's Sculptor has been working for 40 years to almost finished the structure that is supposed to give you the feeling you are living on a star, among many others in the universe.

  • Mirror home.

  • Do you like looking at your own reflection in the mirror.

  • If you said no, then moving to this home in Al Mare, Netherlands is probably not the best idea.

  • It's so well blended into the environment you can on Lee.

  • Notice it by door handles.

  • Inside, there is a legit studio with sliding doors and birch panels, so it's not all cold glass.

  • Another dome house.

  • The concept behind this suburban mansion in Melbourne, Australia, is to show the various stages anyone is going through in life.

  • It starts from a young single living and slides into a family with many members and extended family.

  • There are many single and double bedrooms inside Ah, huge kitchen area dining room and a garden with some fragments of a traditional home in the suburbs, such as a mailbox, a garden shed and a seller.

  • Gillette.

  • Crazy House.

  • This mansion in Vietnam takes the treehouse idea toe a whole new level BP cliche alert, cliche alert.

  • Oops, sorry about that.

  • The Creator's inspired by Gowdy called this a fairytale house, but big quickly got the crazy nickname.

  • There are sculptures of animals, mushrooms, spider webs and whatnot.

  • Inside, everything in this five story high banyan tree, including the organic furniture, was made by local craftsman the Haynes shoe house.

  • When successful shoe magnet Melon and Haynes turned 73 in 1948 he decided it was a perfect moment to build a shoe house.

  • It's made of simple materials would wire and cement stucco and decorated with stained glass shoe themed windows.

  • The house became a three D billboard that is hard to miss when driving around Pennsylvania.

  • It has had many owners since Haynes time and now hosts a museum on his life and serves ice cream from a shoe.

  • The Mobile Aquatic Pod, also known as the expert egg.

  • This house was supposed to be an art installation but eventually turned into a legit home.

  • On the water.

  • There is one room with a hammock, a basic shower and some kitchen appliances.

  • In this home, floating somewhere in England, you can get inside thanks to a removable doc envelope.

  • Transformer house Transformer House doesn't have a specific address as its panels can be rearranged anywhere you like any way you like.

  • All this beauty is energy sufficient.

  • Made of sustainably grown timber colored with ICO friendly paints and using renewable energy, this could be a great holiday home.

  • I suppose how's about that, huh?

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  • And remember, stay on the bright side of life.

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一座永遠在移動的房子和17座讓人瞠目結舌的房子 (A House That's Always Moving and 17 Jaw-Dropping Mansions)

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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