“Decorate your home. It gives the illusion that your life is more interesting than it really is.” ~Charles M. Schulz
Man, those 80’s boomboxes were big! This real house in Fafe, Portugal has a built in sound system that exclusively plays…wait for it…hard rock (rim shot).
“People who live in glass houses…” The completely transparent Fujimoto House Na is in Tokyo, Japan (as opposed to, say, Tokyo, France).
Just Enough Island on the St. Lawrence River in Canada. “Visit us sometime, eh? Nah, just kidding. Now, go away, eh.”
The world’s skinniest abode, Keret House in Poland is just 36″ wide at its widest point. Adds new meaning to the term “sleepover.”
In response to rising property prices, this makeshift suburb was (illegally) built on the roof of a shopping mall in Hunan, China.
The Mushroom House in Cincinnati, Ohio, where I live (um, in Cincinnati, not in the house). It’s for sale, so share a doobie and make an offer, man. And stay mellow.
Home of South Korea’s “Mr. Toilet” Sim Jae-duck (a politician known for beautifying public utilities). Cleaning is a breeze. Just flush.
Home of the Paro Taktsang monks of Bhutan since the 17th century (they would have left long ago, actually, but can’t figure out how to get down).
A home for God? This “deconstructed church” was designed by California architect Michael Jantzen, but God said, “Thanks, I’m gonna pass on this one.”
We’ll be home for the holidays, so drop by, won’t ya? And bring the kids–we’ll make room. It’s cramped, but we love it.