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And this one is in Tokyo (an area of 71.4 meters).

This is a one-meter wide by ten-meter tall house in Madre de Deus, Brazil, the designer & the owner is 'Helenita'. It has three floors; 3 bedrooms with washrooms, 2 rooms, kitchen, & a veranda.

And this one is in Tokyo (an area of 71.4 meters).

referred to by locals as the "Dr. Suess House" It just TOWERS over the tree tops and appears to have anywhere from 10 - 12 stories... Although as you can see it's kinda hard to figure out where one level ends and the next begins.

This is a one-meter wide by ten-meter tall house in Madre de Deus, Brazil, the designer & the owner is 'Helenita'. It has three floors; 3 bedrooms with washrooms, 2 rooms, kitchen, & a veranda.

3The Klein bottle house was designed by McBride Charles Ryan, and the unusual home design takes it inspiration from the 19th century invention - Klein bottle: it is a certain non-orientable surface, i.e., a surface (a two-dimensional manifold) with no distinct "inner" and "outer" sides. The house recently won the Harold Desbrowe-Annear award in architecture.

2The Klein bottle house was designed by McBride Charles Ryan, and the unusual home design takes it inspiration from the 19th century invention - Klein bottle: it is a certain non-orientable surface, i.e., a surface (a two-dimensional manifold) with no distinct "inner" and "outer" sides. The house recently won the Harold Desbrowe-Annear award in architecture.

Solaleya is 90% made of wood, round shaped house with huge windows allowing sun daylong for natural lighting. You can rotate the house following the sun and 'the energy used for a 360 deg rotation equals a vacuum cleaner round in the entire house.'

The Klein bottle house was designed by McBride Charles Ryan, and the unusual home design takes its inspiration from the 19th century invention - Klein bottle: it is a certain non-orientable surface, i.e., a surface (a two-dimensional manifold) with no distinct "inner" and "outer" sides. The house recently won the Harold Desbrowe-Annear award in architecture.

Here are a few houses that remind us of town of Bedrock in the Stone Age era - The Flintstones.

Maison Bulle - Not only us but any one will be amazed by this amazing building. Much cant be said about except that it's really something you don't come across very often.