20 Odd Homes That You Would Believe Exist

When you think of the word “house”, you’ve got a pretty good idea of what it looks like. You see the traditional home with the roof, eye-pleasing wallpaper, windows and white picket fences… Sounds like an ideal spot for the entire family to reside in, right? However, the term itself is pretty subjective, and people just roll the ball with it. By that, we mean that there are some folks out there who can take the word “house” and have fun with it, resulting in some rather odd looking structures like the following. Located in the Favroe Islands, the Kvivik is one strange looking house indeed. It’s almost as if it just grew out of the ground. It also looks more like the tip of a mushroom than an actual house. Nonetheless, it does its job well in providing solace amidst the cold and windy climate.

Kvivik Igloo

When you think of the word “house”, you’ve got a pretty good idea of what it looks like. You see the traditional home with the roof, eye-pleasing wallpaper, windows and white picket fences… Sounds like an ideal spot for the entire family to reside in, right? However, the term itself is pretty subjective, and people just roll the ball with it. By that, we mean that there are some folks out there who can take the word “house” and have fun with it, resulting in some rather odd looking structures like the following. Located in the Favroe Islands, the Kvivik is one strange looking house indeed. It’s almost as if it just grew out of the ground. It also looks more like the tip of a mushroom than an actual house. Nonetheless, it does its job well in providing solace amidst the cold and windy climate.

Errante's Guest House

This guest house doesn’t even look like a normal house, even in the slightest. In fact, it resembles the aftermath of an earthquake. It’s found in Chile and certainly has a lot of visitors from other countries ogling it for the uniqueness it’s got to offer. We can’t imagine living here at all, although we have to admit it’s got a certain kind of charm.

Toilet-shaped House

It’s located in South Korea, specifically the city of Suwon. This was the product of strict sanitation practices, truth be told. This house also offers a lot of water closet space. Talk about taking your cause a little too literally, huh?

Teapot Dome

We’ve had the Kettle House several posts back. This time around, you’re getting a Teapot Dome, which is located in Zillah, Washington. We just don’t know what else will come next. Maybe in the future, we’ll be seeing a house that looks like a kitchen sink.

Steel House

This house in Lubbock, Texas was the brainchild of Robert Bruno. He actually spent twenty three years designing and constructing it. The end result is a thing of beauty. Never mind the fact that it looks like a gigantic pig, though.

Cube Houses

These are actually 32 houses which are all attached to one another. You can find this in Rotterdam, Holland. The Cube Houses were designed back in 1984 by Piet Blom. Each of the houses have 3 floors.