15 Interesting and Unusual Houses to Live In

Everyone wants to feel comfortable in their own homes. Different people have different taste when it comes to housing.  Some people like small houses some like it big and glamorous. The unusual houses attract everyone’s attention. That is why architects all over the world are competing who will make the most interesting and unusual house ever build. Now although  living in it may  not be so pleasant they sure look fantastic. Home is where your heart and family is.

Top Dreamer brings you 15 unusual houses from around the world that we find interesting and worth to see. You may find it difficult to believe but houses like this do exist and people feel comfortable living in it. Most people like the non-conventional simply because is unique and unusual.

House in Quindio, Colombia

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15 Interesting and Unusual Houses to Live In


Bodiam Castle, East Sussex , England

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15 Interesting and Unusual Houses to Live In

Wilkinson residence Portland , Oregon

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15 Interesting and Unusual Houses to Live In

“Box House” Sao Paulo , Brasil

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15 Interesting and Unusual Houses to Live In

Flying mud boat , Japan

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15 Interesting and Unusual Houses to Live In

Nada House , Japan

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15 Interesting and Unusual Houses to Live In

House in Galapagar near Madrid , Spain

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15 Interesting and Unusual Houses to Live In

Stone house , Fafe Mountains , Portugal

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15 Interesting and Unusual Houses to Live In

Dog house , New Zeland

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15 Interesting and Unusual Houses to Live In

Baumhaus, Uslar , Germany

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15 Interesting and Unusual Houses to Live In

Mushroom studio , Toronto, Canada

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15 Interesting and Unusual Houses to Live In

Tetsu Hokuto, Japan

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15 Interesting and Unusual Houses to Live In

Shell Cottage Outskirts of  Tinworth , Cornwall, England

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15 Interesting and Unusual Houses to Live In

The Kettle House , Galveston , Texas

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15 Interesting and Unusual Houses to Live In

The Toilet House, Suwon , South Korea

It was built to commemorate the the establishment of the World Toilet Association and it’s campaign for better sanitation worldwide.

It was built by Sim Jae-Duck .  The Toilet-Shaped House is named Haewoojae which in Korean means ” a place of sanctuary where one can solve one’s worries. This world’s one and only toilet house is available for rent and the money raised support the World Toilet Association.

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15 Interesting and Unusual Houses to Live In

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