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Mushroom House – Cincinnati, Ohio
The Mushroom House, also known as the Tree House, is a staple of the Hyde Park section of Cincinnati. It was built by University of Cincinnati professor Terry Brown with the help of his architecture students.
Boeing 727 House
Buying and renovating this Boeing 727 only set back Joanne Ussary $30K. It boasts a jacuzzi in the cockpit, remote controlled doors, and the post-apocalyptic life you’ve always dreamed.
Upside Down House – Poland
Polish businessman Daniel Czapiewski is the man behind the house that makes passersby think they’re drunk and those inside seasick.
Shoe House – Hellam, Pennsylvania & Mpumalanga Province, South Africa
South African Shoe
The American Shoe House was built for Pennsylvania’s self-proclaimed “Shoe Wizard” in the 1940’s to serve as the ultimate advertisement. The South African Shoe House clearly is more modern, being built in 1990 and fitting for Grandmama.
Bubble House – France
The Bubble House still isn’t finished, but it still is a tourist attraction due to its alien-esque design and beautiful view of the Mediterranean.
Fish House – Berkeley, California
Not much is known about this house, its builder, or if sea monkeys really live inside.
Hang Nga Villa – Vietnam
This house may look like it belongs in a trippy swamp in a Disney animation, but it has a cool story.
Toilet House – South Korea
The owner of the Toilet House couldn’t be more fitting – Sim Jae-duck, chairman of the World Toilet Association.
Inversion House – Houston, Texas
Instead of demolishing a couple of old studio buildings, 2 artists decided to make them into an apparent vortex funnel. This is definitely the house you walk by with your little brother and tell him a story about aliens.