Some architects are pushing the boundaries when designing a house and interesting things emerge. From the flying coasters, to the house designed as a toilet seat, the house designs are …
The bioclimatic house, designed as a 3D sundial, is set at a fixed angle with respect to the movements of the sun. The house that makes shadows in the summer is thus cool in these months. Likewise, it keeps the house at the appropriate temperature depending on the angle in winter and spring.
The 73-year-old contractor Bohumil Lhota is able to return this house he established in the Czech Republic. Lhota started its construction in 1981 in 2002 and can change its direction depending on the desired window view.
These yellow cube houses in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, were designed by architect Piet Blom in the 1980s.
This roof-top owner in Beijing, China, has made a ın skyscraper garden lar illegally. But the neighbors’ complaint and the government’s intervention have forced them to fall down by the garden workers.
This. Haewoojae oo building in South Korea is designed as a toilet bowl.
Growing up in small buildings in Hong Kong, architect Gary Chang wanted to design his own house, building a Chang more flexible Hong house. The 32-square-meter house’s interiors were interchangeable.
A factory building in Donguan City, China. According to local media, the government thinks that the houses that were built two years ago should not be considered legal.
Built between two buildings in Warsaw, this house is one of the narrowest houses in the world.
This airport house in Nigeria is actually a home about love. When Said Jammal was married to her now husband, Liza Jammal, her husband asked her to make her an J airport house Said because she loved the airports. His wife has fulfilled this request.
Designed in the US for $ 135 thousand in 2008, this bir flying coaster ”designed house has 3 rooms, 2 bathrooms and a stepped staircase that moves with the button.
Lui Linchao’s house with bamboo, plastic bags and bedspreads is 1.5 meters wide and 2 meters high.
Benito Hernandez who lives in Mexico lives in this rock house he has been using as a roof for 30 years with his family.
The Curt and Deborah Sleeper Pair were put up for sale on eBay in order to publicize and finance these cave houses they built in 2009.
Author Peter Lewis built this tree house in Bridgeton, Scotland to escape the world at any time.
This river house, built in 1968 by a group of young people who think this place is the ideal place for shelter, is located in Serbia.
These tree houses that were seized by protesters people for years are in England .