1 Flintstones House, California
Designed by architect William Nicholson and built in 1976, The Flintstone House was constructed by spraying shotcrete onto steel rebar and wire mesh frames over inflated balloons. The home is also known as "The Barbapapa House," deriving its name from "Barbapapa", a character and series of books created by "Annette Tison" and "Talus Taylor" in the 1970s.
2 The Haines Shoe House
The Shoe House was built in 1948 (and completed in 1949) by Colonel Mahlon Nathaniel Haines, the flamboyant "Shoe Wizard," for advertising purposes. Twenty-five feet long and 48 feet tall, the house is located in Hellam Township, Pennsylvania.
3 The Glass House, Japan
Built by Sou Fujimoto Architects, this transparent house is located in Tokyo and it gives you lot of sunlight and beautiful outside views. The multi-level structure occupies 914 square feet and features lots of ramps and cool built-ins and the house is inspired by our ancestors who lived in trees.
4 Vertiginous Cliff House
Vertiginous Cliff House is designed by Australian housing firm Modscape. If you prefer living on the edge and risking your life to enjoy amazing views of nature, this one is the perfect place for you.
5 The Biomorphic House, Israel
Built by French architect Ephraim Henry Pavie, this house looks much like a bunch of various sunglasses attractively attached together, and there is no exaggeration in saying that it is everyone's dream house.