People always want something to stand out, different from others. Even at least building the most unusual house. In this article, we picked up pictures of the most unusual houses around the world, including those built from quite unusual materials, for example, from trees or ice.
1. A woman from Bulgaria near her home in Sokuellamos in central Spain. About 40 people live in this temporary camp in the hot and dusty region of Castilla-La Mancha. At night, they sleep in 20 tilting vats - the size of a car.
2. People stand in line to visit an upside-down house built at the Center for Education and Promotion of the region in the village of Zzhumbark in northern Poland. The inverted house was created by Daniel Zhapievsky and symbolized the inverted world of the social bloc countries after the fall of the Iron Curtain..
3. A house built on a rock in the middle of the Drina River near the Serbian city of Bajna Bast, about 160 km from the capital Belgrade. The house was built in 1968 by a group of young people who decided that a rock on the river was the perfect place for such miniature housing.
four.An octagonal three-bedroom house built on a rotating platform near Wingham, about 250 km northeast of Sydney. The house, which costs about 700,000 dollars, can complete a full turn on its axis in about 30 minutes.
5. House in the shape of an airplane in Abuja, Nigeria.
6. General view of the tree house in Le Pian Medoc, in the south-west of France. The house is rented for various celebrations and picnics.
7. Residents of the cemetery in Manila climb into their houses, built on top of columbaria - storage urns with ashes after cremation. Many poor city dwellers build their houses in public cemeteries, and also rebuild abandoned graves and mausoleums into housing.
8. Tourists pose in front of an inverted house in Tamparuli in Malaysia on the island of Borneo. The house was built as a tourist attraction. It has all the necessary household appliances and household items, such as a computer, a refrigerator, sofas, a dining table and beds - but all this is turned upside down.
9. Bohumil Lot, a 73-year-old builder, turns his house around an axis, which he built in Velké Hamry, near the town of Jablonec, 100 km north-east of Prague.Lot was obsessed with the concept house and began building his unique home in 1981. Construction was completed by 2002. This unusual house can move up and down and rotate around its axis, which allows its inhabitants to adjust the views from the windows.
10. Bohumil Lot fitly demonstrates his house, which can rotate around its axis.
11. A woman stands in the bathroom in the house upside-down, which was built by Polish architects Irek Glovanski and Marek Rozhanski, in the western Austrian village of Terfens. The project aims to serve as a new tourist center.
12. Hong Kong architect Gary Chang lies in a hammock in his 32-meter apartment in Hong Kong. After three decades of living in one apartment, Chang came up with an innovative response to the increasingly crowded life of many city dwellers - the concept of “internal transformation” of the room.
13. Brazilian artist Tiago Primo (Tiago Primo - above) and his brother Gabriel on the wall of a house in Rio de Janeiro. A strange vertical apartment in the central area of Rio de Janeiro, built on a climbing wall by Brazilian artists, attracted the attention of thousands of tourists.
14.Benito Hernandez is standing near his home near San José de Las Piedras in the northern state of Coahuila Mexico. For over 30 years, Hernandez, his wife Santa Marta de la Cruz Villarreal and their family lived in such an unusual brick house, which has a huge 40-meter boulder-rock instead of a roof. The dwelling is located near the city of San José de Piedras in the arid desert of Coahuila, about 80 km from the border with Texas.
15. 62-year-old Miguel Restrepo and his wife Maria Garcia in their home, located in the sewers of Medellin, the capital of Colombia. The former drug addict has been living in an abandoned sewer for 22 years with his wife and dog Blackie. The total area of their home, equipped with a kitchen, fan, TV, chairs and a bed, is 6 square meters.
16. Huaiyang Lu, one of the most protected fortified houses of Fujian Tulou, built in 1909, in Nanjing, Fujian Province. Earthen buildings, which were created with closed walls to protect against external danger, began to be built from the 11th century. In 2008, 46 such buildings of Fujian Toulou were inscribed on the World Heritage List of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
17. Girls jumping on a trampoline near the houses, built into the rock on the Rockland Ranch in Moab, Utah.In the town, which the locals call "The Rock", there are about 100 people, about 15 families. Here lives the family of Mormon multiples who settled in this place since the middle of the 19th century.