A friend of mine recently bought a new house and is wondering if he should renovate the place. One day, he came up to me and said, " Dude, if I ever renovate my place, I want it to be the coolest house around. And probably one that defies the law of gravity.". My initial reaction was, " Macha, are you going to build a floating house?". Wrong thing to say because the very next day, he sent me a link to a page dedicated to houses that defy gravity.
I would be scared if I had to live here. I'd probably worry all the time on whether I will wake up on my bed the next day or on the street.
Woah! This looks like Noah's Ark, macha. Dude is well prepared for 2012.
Lego houses. Hmm...
This is actually called a Free Spirit Sphere and it can be found in British Columbia. It's a type of tree house and I think it's awesome possum.
The cube houses. I feel like I'm in an animated world now.
This 13 floors, 144 feet high house once belonged to a Russian Gangster. And the name of this house, Gangster House of course. No, I'm not kidding macha.
Mushroom House in Ohio, USA. Wow, I have nothing to say. At all.
I've always wanted to live in an upside-down house. Now, all I need to do is get myself to Poland. :)
No, this is not a UFO. It's a pod house. I wonder how do you get up and down from the house.
And finally, this might be the coolest one of all....
Ladies and gentlemen, this is Heliotrope Rotating House in Germany. You wanna know why this is so cool? This is because architect Rolf Disch built a solar powered home that rotates towards the warm sun in the winter and rotates back toward its well-insulated rear in the summer.
Ok, fine. Although I hate to admit this, I kinda think that this is an awesome idea. I should've thought of this before I renovated my place. If I could, my house would look like this.
Or maybe even this.