1. The Inversion Tunnel House in Houston, Texas was torn down in 2005 but served as a space for exhibitions and art classes for over 30 years. It was created by Dan Havel and Dean Ruck who used boards from the outside of the houses to make a large vortex like tunnel that ran between the two houses and ended in a courtyard.
2. The Bubble House in Tourettes-sur-Loup, France was built by architect Antti Lovag. This futuristic house is owned by designer Pierre Cardin and boasts stunning views of the sea.
3. Casa do Ponedo – meaning ‘House of Stone’ found in the town of Fafe, Portugal is a fully functional house built using four giant boulders and offers breathtaking views over the Fafe mountain ranges.
4. The Manifesto House was built by architects Jaime Gaztelu and Mauricio Galeano and is eco-friendly. Almost the entire house was built from recycled materials!
5. The Trassenheide Upside – Down House. Designed by Polish architects Kladiusz Golos and Sebastian Mikiciuk, this house is becoming a major tourist attraction.