This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a house with six giant leaves for a roof in Brazil, one in Spain inspired by a freeway, a home in the Arizona desert shaped like a scorpion and a Lithuanian residence that seems to disappear into the forest. Japan offers a house designed to help you stay young, in Holland one architect puts upstairs where the downstairs should be, Thailand has a home that's a luxury bunker, in Florida there's a house you can park your airplane inside, and playing with kids' blocks led to the Rolling Dice House in Australia.
This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes an Australian house wedged into the dunes, a corregated steel residence in Japan, a house in a cave where outlaws used to hide in Arkansas and a pocket skyscraper in Thailand. An Italian alpine chalet mirrors the mountains, Vietnam has a house which is an evolving work of art while one in Massachusetts is a sculpture. A curved glass pavilion in Switzerland melts into the landscape and Ohio has a pyramid fit for a pharaoh. There's a body-shaped home in Holland, Florida has a tranquil haven that deflects hurricanes and one home has everything as its opposite in Lithuania.
This extraordinary collection of homes from all over the world includes a five hundred year old Lithuanian house in a glass box, while Australia has one inspired by a mailbox, Arizona has a surprisingly cool residence made of steel and Peru pays homage to an Incan tomb. A crescent shape guarantees a view of Mount Fuji from every room in Japan, Chile has one that's a cave, a house and a tent all at the same time while Holland offers spaceship style living and a traditional looking Mar Vista bungalow in LA turns out to be anything but.
This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a house hidden behind a wooden grille in Italy, a wave-form residence in California and an Austrian residence that's rusting beautifully. Lithuania has a round house built from sticks while there's an all-American house in Japan, a topsy-turvy home in Brazil has everything upside down and there's one in Australia that looks like a fence. Spain goes for the spaceship style, a house in Arkansas towers above the forest while one in San Francisco defies gravity and in Argentina a home takes the molecular approach and is light, incredibly strong and surprisingly portable.