The most unusual house in the world





1. This house probably will go down in the history of architecture. After all, the Polish engineer Daniel Chapievski managed to design a house that costs almost without foundation, on the island "roof." But the main unusual design is that it completely mimics the house upside down to "grass" and "earth" under (ie, above) the stone base. In this case, the house is completely stable and fully adapted to life. Construction of an inverted house lasted 114 days. Local builders were very surprised project countries, but coped without errors. Now the house has become one of the most popular attractions in Poland, here come not only ordinary tourists, but also architects - to learn from talented colleagues.




2. Living in a tilted house is easier than it seems at first glance. This convinced the inhabitants of the house «Kijk-Kubus» Rotterdam (Netherlands), designed and built by architect Pete Bloom. The tops of the houses seemed bent at an angle of 45 degrees. In each of the three floors of the cubes. Kitchen, shower room, bedroom - all you need a normal person in this house is. Well, sloping walls only give the interior elegance and originality. So there are a lot of these houses. However, to go in a house, not necessarily to buy it. You can visit the museum, the entrance to which is quite expensive for an ordinary tourist.



2. Living in a tilted house is easier than it seems at first glance. This convinced the inhabitants of the house «Kijk-Kubus» Rotterdam (Netherlands), designed and built by architect Pete Bloom. The tops of the houses seemed bent at an angle of 45 degrees. In each of the three floors of the cubes. Kitchen, shower room, bedroom - all you need a normal person in this house is. Well, sloping walls only give the interior elegance and originality. So there are a lot of these houses. However, to go in a house, not necessarily to buy it. You can visit the museum, the entrance to which is quite expensive for an ordinary tourist.



3. Perhaps the most ambitious private house in Russia. This is still an unfinished building in Arkhangelsk has become the tallest wooden building in the world (about half the height of Big Ben). The house is made on an old technology, without a single nail. From the latter, the thirteenth floor, you can see the White Sea. Unfortunately, the owner Nikolai Sutyagin, failing to complete his ambitious project, went to prison for 4 years, and came out of it, he changed his mind to invest in this wonderful house.

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