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.

Shoe House

Ever wanted to live inside the house? Neither did we, but hey, there’s always a first time for everything, right? Besides, it’s got 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a living room and kitchen. You may not want to take pride in it as a fashion accessory, but it sure is rather swanky on the inside.

Pickle Barrel House

If it were up to us, we’d be filling this house with draft beer. I mean, isn’t that what barrels are for? Some of the residents of Michigan may even agree with us, and to have a house this large only means great things for the alcoholics everywhere. Nonetheless, the design on this home is truly quirky.

Do you dream of having a house that’s practically part of nature? This is what architect Frank Lloyd Wright thought of realizing back in 1935. Granted, this house in Pennsylvania is no longer in a great state for dwelling, it’s still mighty impressive to look at. After all, it IS built right on top of a waterfall.

Nautilus House

This house was actually inspired by seashells, which explains the name. It was created by Senosiain Arquitectos in Mexico. It was intended for a couple who were looking for a rather romantic yet unorthodox looking residence. They sure got their wish, didn’t they?