Embedded 6.5 feet (2 m) in the ground, this house looks like a simple dugout from the outside. Inside, however, it has everything for a comfortable life, even a small pool in the backyard. You can find out more about this unique project here.
Unusual planning and green moss on the roof help this house completely merge into the landscape. You can have a more detailed look at the house and its interior here.
This shopping mall with houses on its roof is located in a city of 4 million people with little free space. That’s why architectural solutions here are sometimes a bit nonstandard. More information about this building can be found here.
This house was built in 1986 by a married couple whose dream was to live in a quiet place. You can have a look at the photos of cozy rooms and find out more about this bizarre dwelling here.
The reason behind the idea of an underground villa was a local law: the authorities forbade erecting a high building since that would spoil the landscape. That’s why the architect decided to build a house in a cave, of which the booking price and other data can be found here.
This submarine-looking house has two levels, one of which is underground. Full information and other photos of this place are available here.
The main goal of this project was a full integration with the landscape, and the architects did their best to achieve it. Interior photos and other details about the house can be found here.
This weird house resembling a heap of dead leaves from afar is located in a Californian desert. More images of this compilation of concrete, steel, copper, and glass can be found here.
The outer walls of this building are faced with glass and coated with a layer of infrared film so that birds can recognize it as an obstacle. The current room prices and other details are available here.
Initially, no one believed in the idea of a house built into a rock, but the project attracted lots of potential investors after a photo of it was put on the Web. It was ultimately taken by a Lebanese real-estate agency. More details can be found here.
Despite what your imagination might have told you, this is but a Photoshopped image by VisualizingArchitecture.com’s Alex Hogrefe. In 9 steps, he explains how he crafted the design, paying special attention to the crashing waves and fog.
Preview photo credit Alex Hogrefe