Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

15 Of The Strangest Homes In The World.

One of the most beautiful things about being human is being able to see how unique we all are. Some of us have awe-inspiring athletic abilities and win Olympic gold medals. Others are incredible musicians that compose breathtaking symphonies. And some of us create the most stunning works of art. One of our favorite things to see is people being creative and showing that in everything they do, especially when they're living in their very own creations. We put together a list of some of the strangest homes in the world. Keep scrolling and you just might be inspired to start designing your very own house.

When living on Earth isn't quite enough.

The people who built this home must have been sick of living on the Earth, so they decided to live inside of it. That's right, this home was built underground! Not only do they not have to worry about the neighbors peeking in, the home also comes with its own cinema and a fully-equipped gym. For $6 million you could have a house like this, too!

It's important not to flush your dreams down the toilet. Unless, of course, your dreams are the toilet.

Apparently, there is such a thing as the World Toilet Association. If you don't believe us, feel free to Google it. The Mayor of Suwon, Sim Jae-Duk, decided in 2007 that he wanted to pay tribute to the founding of the World Toilet Association. So what else would he do but build a $1 million home that looks like a toilet? That's one large commode.

If you're a music lover, this next home might be more your style.

The Piano House is any musician's dream come true.

In an attempt to attract attention to Huainan City, China, students at the Hefei University of Technology designed a building in the shape of a grand piano and a violin. Hopefully, they play some incredible music in there. We feel like it should mandatory, honestly.

It's perfect for Fred Flintstone, but where's Dino?

Casa do Penedo, also known as House of Stone, is located in the Fafe Mountains of Portugal. It has, for obvious reasons, become known as a "real-life Flintstone's house."

If you're a bit of an introvert, or don't really enjoy having neighbors, this next house is for you.

This house is the perfect sanctuary for those that enjoy their solitude.

Maxime Qavtaradze, a 59-year-old monk, lives in the Katskhi Pillar Monastery, in Chiatura, Georgia, all by himself. We would definitely need to figure out store runs and cures for boredom, but that view alone makes it all worth it.

This house is the perfect sanctuary for those that enjoy their solitude.

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