There’s some truly imaginative houses that have been designed and created all around the world – that are amazing to look at but just not sure if we’d want to live in them. Here’s five that really caught our eye:
1) The Keret House – one of the world’s thinnest houses that is 48 inches wide at its widest and 36 inches at its narrowest. It was built in a small gap between two houses in a street in Poland.
Property investment fail: Limits your market to: models; the very thin and 2D animated cartoon characters.
This house in Lebanon is an exact replica of a 380 airbus down to the portholes, nose cone and wings and tail fins. It’s a 2 storey house and can be found in the tiny village of Miziara.
Property investment fail: Won’t appeal to renters who get travel sickness; renters may complain of always having to eat food from trays and too easy for luggage to get lost and end up in the jet house next door.
This was developed in Japan following the success of their national taem in the World cup. It comes in a large 540 foot size home and a smaller doghouse version. It’s 34 sided and designed to withstand earthquakes (we imagine by being kicked away).
Property investment fail: Prone to being used as practise by local kids; won’t be popular with renters from countries which don’t play soccer well (looking at you New Zealand).
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