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Known as Casa do Penedo, or House of Stone, this bizarre dwelling was built in northern Portugal’s Fafe Mountains Initially used as a holiday home by a family, it has become a tourist magnet after being transformed into a museum It looks primitive but the stone house is well-equipped with a fireplace and a pool carved out of one of the rocks Read more:
If you could create and build your own home, what would you build? Here are 19 Weirdest Houses Ever Built Part 2. Simply Incredible! Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 10. The Mushroom House This unique-looking house was designed by an architect named Terry Brown, who worked as a professor of Architect and Interior Design at the local University, and it can be found in the neighborhood of Hyde Park in Cincinnati, Ohio. It was second home up until he passed away back in 2008. The whole thing took 14 years to construct. 9. The Cube Houses These next houses are quite aesthetically pleasing to the eye but have a look for yourselves. The cube houses can be found in Rotterdam, Holland where they are all perfectly lined up with one another. The 32 houses were each designed by an architect named Piet Blom back in 1984. Each of the houses comes equipped with 3-stories. 8. The N55 Walking House This house was created by the combined efforts of engineers at MIT and a group of Danish artists. The house is entirely powered by solar and wind energy that allows it to walk on “all types of terrain.” The house is 10 feet high with a living room, bathroom, kitchen, etc. The legs provide the answer to rising water levels. 7. The Rotating House Did you ever want a house that was like a bigger version of a carousel? Well, one couple loved the idea so much that they decided to shell out £400,000 on designing and constructing said house. The house is located in Wingham, South Wales, Australia and belongs to Debbie and Luke Everingham. It rotates so that it can follow the sun. 6. The Eliphante Art House It took a couple a staggering 28 years to completely finish this house. Why did it take them so long? They built the whole thing out of materials that they found from the land and local construction sites. Leda Livant and her artist husband Michael Kahn didn’t really have a plan for the house it kind of just evolved as they went along. 5. Upside Down House It’s probably safe to assume that no one lives inside of this house right here because it seems impossible for anyone to be able to even get inside of it. The house appears to be situated directly on top of some building. Perhaps this building is merely for show and not really a house at all? 4. The Log House This house is located in Garberville, California where it is entirely constructed out a giant hollowed out log. The log was from an old redwood tree that was around 2,100 years-old. Don’t worry, though, the tree wasn’t cut down but rather it had fallen on its own. It took 8 months to hollow out the 13-foot in diameter trunk. 3. Casa do Penedo Translating to the “house of stone,” this home was once used as a vacation home by a family but has since been revamped into a museum for tourists to visit. The house has earned the nickname the “Flintstones house” and is made up of four granite boulders. Found in Spain, it oddly enough has bulletproof windows and doors. 2. The River House This small house sits out on top of a rock in the middle of the Drina River in Bajina Basta, Serbia. The house has managed to stand tall for the last 47 years while enduring flood waters and strong winds. The concept was created in 1968 when a group of swimmers used the rock to rest on. One of the swimmers would eventually go on to construct the house. 1. The Island House Richart Sowa managed to construct this floating island out of recycled bottles, 150,000 to be exact. This is also isn’t the first time he’s done this. Sowa had two previous islands that were destroyed by hurricanes due to them being built in unprotected waters. The 3-story house on the island comes equipped with a hot tub,k three showers, a kitchen, two bedrooms, and even wifi.
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Get more Tips here! www.destinationtips.com On today's video, we take you around the WEIRDEST houses in the World! Seriously, there are some bizarre ones! For example; Golf ball house, Arizona Built in 1976 as "The Dinesphere - Space Station Restaurant," it was empty until 1981. At that point a local from Wyoming snapped it up, gave it a makeover and turned it into a three-story house. As you do. UFO House, Texas Take a walk on the wild side in Texas and you might stumble upon this – an abandoned UFO-shaped house designed in the 60s by Finnish architect Matti Suuronen. The idea is it can adapt to any terrain and so theoretically be moved to any place on Earth (ironically, since it’s rather other-worldly). Upside down house, Trassenheide, Germany The brainchild of Polish architects Klaudiusz Golos and Sebastion Mikuciuk, this upside-down abode was built in 2008 for an art exhibition. The Boot, Tasman, New Zealand But nothing beats staying in a boot. This bed and breakfast in Tasman, New Zealand, is now a hugely popular fairytale escape, receiving five bubbles on TripAdvisor and widespread coverage. Amoeba House Designed by Javier Senosiain, this ginormous gold-painted construction sits in a complex complete with a golf course and surrounded by acres of green land. It's located 120 kilometers from the buzzing Brazilian city of São Paulo. Star Trek House Star Trek fans, prepare yourselves. Decked out like a Voyager Spaceship, this one-of-a-kind pad features voice-activated lighting, "transporters" and a computerized flight deck among its futuristic innovations. Casa del Ancantilado, Spain This psychedelic house by Gilbartolome Architects is ever so subtly built into a cliff-side in Salobreña, Spain. Casa do Penedo, Portugal Aptly named the House of Stone, this bizarrely shaped building in the Fafe Mountains of Portugal looks like it’s come straight out of the Flintstones. Either that or Mars. Ecocapsule Tempted to go off-grid? You might want to pre-order one of these 50 Ecocapsules for $89,654. Bargain! Luxury cave house, Spain Over in Spain, this dwelling is built directly into the side of a hill in Galera. As you can see, it's set in a pretty peaceful location. The Piano House, China Music fans unite; there seems to be a curious trend of building houses to look like musical instruments. This contemporary one comes complete with a glass cello staircase alongside a huge grand piano. Practical, obviously. Cliff House, Australia You'd have to be pretty brave to live in a box dangling off the edge of a cliff, but each to their own. Designed by Modscape, the five-storey home is currently just a concept, but given the others on this list it might well soon be a reality. Any takers? Quetzalcoatl Nest, Mexico The structure is built to fit with the natural caves, bends and hilltops of the Earth, with apartments spread over 16,500 square feet.
Manuel Barrantes dug through red soil and volcanic rock to create the 2,000-square-foot house in Costa Rica. His family live in the dwelling, which has three bedrooms inside, along with a living room and meditation area. While the winding tunnels are fairly dark by themselves, splashes of colours and murals help to bring them to life. It's not just Hobbits who like to make their homes in holes. A man in Costa Rica has dedicated 12 years of his life to creating a vast 63-foot-deep underground house containing a treasure trove of creative wall art. In a bid to escape noise pollution, Manuel Barrantes and his family reside in the subterranean haven in San Isidro de Perez Zeledon and even host tours for fascinated visitors. The unique dwelling has been carved into red soil and volcanic rock, with several entrances leading into its mysterious depths. There are three bedrooms inside for the family to use, along with a living room and meditation area decorated with plants and lights. Images captured by a photographer invited inside the 2,000-square-foot house include one of Barrantes shaving using running water in his colourful stone bathroom. While the thousands of feet of winding tunnels are fairly dark by themselves, splashes of colours and murals help to bring them to life. These include characters from The Flintstones, along with family trinkets such as CDs, phones, photographs and money that have been attached to the rocky surfaces. One of the most eerie creations is a skeleton that has been painted on the wall. The unusual cavernous home, nicknamed Topolandia, is open for tours and guests can take in the tunnels and learn how Barrantes claims to have carved the space using a pick and shovel. Thanks For Watching Please Share This Video! Don't Forget To Subscribe, Like and Comment.
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