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The Nautilus House

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photo credit: designrulz.com

One of Mexico's attraction, The Nautilus House is a seashell-inspired structured house built and designed by Senosiain Arquitectos


The Toilet-shaped house

photo credits: news.wef.org
photo credits: news.wef.org
The Toilet-shaped house is a popular house in South Korea. This is the first lavatory-shaped home that features tons of water closet space. 

The Steel House

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photo credits: pinterest.com
The Steel House in Texas, USA is designed by Architect and sculptor Robert Bruno. It took 23 years to build this unique structured house, made from solid 110 tons of steel.


The Shoe House

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photo credits: lmt-lss.commapio.net
 The Shoe House in Pennsylvania, USA is a guesthouse owned by a local shoe magnate Mahlon N. Haines with 3 bedrooms, a kitchen, 2 baths and a living room. When Mahlon passed away the guest house became an ice cream parlor and now a museum.

The Upside-Down House

photo credits: theverybesttop10.com
photo credits: theverybesttop10.com
Found in Szymbark, Poland, the Upside-Down House was designed and created by Daniel Czapiewski to give honor to the former communist era and the present times.