This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a Californian desert house open to the sky, a Japanese sliver of a residence like a shark's fin, a home in Australia that is more campsite than house and one in Colorado that looks like a UFO has landed. A German residence spins like a flower turning to the sun, an English home is a dream come true for train lovers and Russia has an apartment that wants to be a palace. A Connecticut home is like a concrete colossus while an Italian one has tiny turrets, Belgium goes for a super-sleek glass house and a home shaped like a ship has run aground in Washington.
This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a giant converted synagogue in Miami, a Dutch residence built to mimic an American canyon, an inhabitable sculpture in Canada and a Spanish home that stands tall on stilts.
This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a house built to mimic a leaf in Utah, a Russian residence that looks like a shipwreck, a suburban home with lofty ambitions in Canada and a Portuguese residence that runs up a hill. A home in Oregon fights nature with nature, an Australian House soars like a butterfly and a Japanese residence is to die for. Arizona has a home blasted clean out of a mountain while Italy has an upside down one, there's a magical house in a German forest and an English castle has been home to the same family for 27 generations.
This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a hi-tech party house in California, an English residence inside a Gothic tower, a Swedish island home that was used in a Hollywood movie and an Australian house shaped like a boomerang.
This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a house in New Mexico that looks like a piece of pottery, a Japanese home more like origami, a psychedelic Danish condo and an 860 year old English abbey. Australia has a very modern old boathouse, Florida goes for colorful whimsy and four kinds of home become one in Spain. A South Korean house pays tribute the past and honors the future, a home in Florida resembles a spider in the sand, Germany has a modern Noah's Ark and a Canadian residence is a real tree-hugger.
This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a South African house with an all-seeing eye, an egg-shaped floating home on an English river, a New York residence that explodes with colour and one with a seven-level playground in Belgium. Cave-dwelling takes on a whole new meaning in Italy, Western style collides with the Middle-East in a Californian house and tradition is laser-cut in a Russian home. An Australian townhouse hides in the jungle while a Korean home puts on a steely face, there's a black and white answer to a building problem in Germany and smart salvage has created a rough, tough residence in New Mexico.
From the dazzling to the daring to the downright bizarre, go inside extreme homes across the globe. We're inside a lit up mansion in Florida, an organic hillside house in Spain, a fairy-tale apartment building in Germany and a Californian cliff house build to weather the sea air. There's a floating residence on the River Thames , a home in Japan that's only 13 feet wide and one built to mimic a breaching whale in Australia. A Canadian house is designed to block out harmful rays while a house in Holland is clothed in a fine white veil. A Portuguese home built like a military bunker and a Californian residence hides luxury amongst raw rocks.
From the dazzling to the daring to the downright bizarre, go inside the world's most extreme homes. This amazing assortment includes a house curled up in the Arizona heat, a Danish residence designed to look like two giant waves, and an old English hideaway for American war heroes. There's a country house that looks like a miniature airship in Russia, a modern twist on an old home in New Mexico and a two-for-one residence in Japan. A South African home looks giraffes in the eye and a barn in Italy hides a luxurious home. Art meets chaos in a strange home in France, and New York City hides a futuristic factory.
From the dazzling to the daring, to the downright bizarre, we're inside the world's most extreme homes. This amazing assortment includes a Californian house covered in wrap-around art, home in Spain shaped like a slice of pie, a space in Australia where wooden fins block the sun,and a Japanese home shaped like a mushroom. We go to a modern jungle cabana in Mexico a a foam covered house in New Mexican, and a castle in Belgium. Seventeen domes come together to form a home in Italy, a triangular house perches on a tiny sliver of land in Canada, a residence in Oregon looks out through the "eye of God" and Scotland has a home in a 200 year old observatory.
From the dazzling to the daring, to the downright bizarre, we're inside the world's most extreme homes. This amazing assortment includes a house in Idaho that dangles off a cliff, an old home in The Netherlands that has been turned into an abstract work of art, a California party pad with water running through it and a Japanese home made from a box and a ball. San Francisco has a zigzag house, a modern home in Italy started life 300 years ago as a rustic tool shed and a South African residence looks like it is made of twigs. An Australian home loves straight lines while an ancient residence in France used to accommodate monks and a house in Wales flies over a river and a Canadian home embraces a waterfall.
From the dazzling to the daring, to the downright bizarre, we're inside the world's most extreme homes. This amazing assortment includes a Mexican house that literally lights up. a fairy-tale cottage in Canada fit for a hobbit in Canada, an Australian home that soars over stormy seas and a home shaped like a pile of boxes in Korea. A raised eyebrow adorns a home in Oregon while a modern designer graces a French chateau. Eleven cubes stack up for a house in Spain, traditional decoration goes modern in Russia, and history comes to life in Italy. A house in Colorado was inspired by barnacles and there's a space-station home in the Connecticut woods.
This amazing assortment of homes includes a plastic home in Ireland, a Japanese home that resembles a slice of pie, an Australian home floating in the treetops and an old tin shack in California that hides a life of luxury.
From the dazzling to the daring, to the downright bizarre, we're inside the world's most extreme homes. This amazing assortment includes a Californian house which is a movie star, a factory home in France complete with industrial machinery, an Australian residence in the shape of a sand dune and a magical kingdom in a German city. Montana has a little box on the prairie, a Korean home pixilates family life, Denmark has a house like a 3D puzzle and there's one with three towers and a drawbridge in Scotland. An Italian palace has had an 800 year makeover, X marks the spot for a house in Spain and a home in Florida is a treetop woodland getaway.
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