The Most Amazing Houses in the World

This blog will be the ideal place to discover fascinating architecture, quirky buildings, and a host of unique houses. Readers will enjoy the discussions on what makes a home amazing and see some real-life examples. Fascinating articles will look at the Bart Prince House in New Mexico, the Bubble House in France, and the Upside-Down House in Poland. Each property has actually been specially selected for its clever design and unusual features. The likes of the Toilet-Shaped House in South Korea and the Inversion House in Texas will undoubtedly lead to much discussion.

Brooklyn’s Clock Tower Home

28 May 2022

Said to be worth upwards of $18 million, this remarkable home is located on the uppermost floor of the iconic Brooklyn Clock Tower in New York City (NYC). Known for its spectacular views of NYC and the nearby Hudson River, this 7,000-square-foot apartment represents the ultimate bachelor pad.

Tokyo’s ‘Transparent House’

19 Apr 2022

Designed and constructed by Sou Fujimoto Architects, Tokyo’s famous ‘Transparent House’ is a home like no other. As its name suggests, it is entirely transparent, which means residents get plenty of sunlight. But because all of its walls are translucent (including its interior walls), it provides virtually no privacy.

Warsaw’s Keret House

12 Mar 2022

Designed and built by Polish architect Jakub Szczęsny, the Keret House in the city of Warsaw has the distinction of being the world’s thinnest home. A mere 152 centimetres wide at its broadest point, this remarkable house, of which Szczęsny is the sole resident, is sandwiched between two other apartment buildings.