There is a tale behind every house, and first impressions aren’t always accurate.
Envision yourself amusedly passing a house the size of a big cart, only to find that it has every convenience of a typical home.
Innovative design and architecture work their charm in this way.
Even in such a cramped quarters, one man created a home.
On the inside, he finds plenty space to sit, a toilet hidden by a Frisbee, and a sink little bigger than a large can.
It’s proof that with some imagination, even the smallest rooms can be transformed into practical living quarters.
A large bed, seating places, and a collection of wooden dog sculptures contribute to the room’s unique character.
An equally intriguing seaside home can be found at Costa de Morte, Spain.
Looking down from a distance, it resembles a huge boulder.
The building process, though, is the most interesting part.
Depicted as “The Trufa” or “truffle,” this dwelling was constructed by encircling its framework with hay bales.
Paulina, the cow, was given permission to munch her way through the concrete-covered hay, resulting in the inner space.
Paulina matured into a fully-fledged cow, and the house continued to stand as an unusual fusion of design and nature.
Luxurious lodgings that let guests experience the African bush without sacrificing luxury, unlike the improvised treehouses we may recall from our youth.
An former South African livestock feed silo is now a boutique hotel, which is an interesting take on the concept of reusing buildings.
It has a kitchen, a dining space, and a plush bedroom—all the modern conveniences—but there’s a catch.
Guests are asked to refrain from smoking and cooking indoors due to the presence of methane, unless they are interested in an explosive vacation!
The Hang Nga Guesthouse in Dalat, Vietnam, is an architectural and artistic marvel.