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The Most Amazing Homes In The World

You may be delighted or ashamed of your own house and we won't go into the points about making a house a home. We simply want to marvel at some of the houses that people from around the world are able to create. From an underground cave house in America to a violin and piano shaped house in China, the world certainly is an interesting place, especially if you are living in these homes.

Violin and piano house - China

The Most Amazing Homes In The World

Though lacking in subtlety, Anhui’s Piano Violin House designed by Hefei University of Technology has secured its place among the most popular and romantic pieces of modern Chinese architecture, as vocalized by many locals and visitors. It is primarily a performance and practice place for music students in college at Huainan City, though you can often spot newlyweds snapping wedding photos in front of it. Campy post-modernism or bold innovation? Regardless, this is a truly unique example of modern Chinese architecture.

Upside down house - Poland

The Most Amazing Homes In The World

"Polish businessman and philanthropist Daniel Czapiewski built The Upside Down House as a statement about the Communist era and the end of the world. It took 114 days to build because the workers were so disoriented by the angles of the walls. It certainly attracts its fair share of tourists to the tiny village of Szymbark, who often become dizzy and ‘seasick’ after just a few moments inside." (source

Cave house - America

The Most Amazing Homes In The World

"If the idea of living inside a cave house excites you, better take a look at this amazing cave house from Festus, Missouri, which was done by Curt and Deborah Sleeper. The eco friendly underground house features geothermal heating and there is no need for any air conditioning or heating system. There are three chambers inside this huge cave house and some of the walls were kept as they were, in their natural form."

Shoe house - South Africa

The Most Amazing Homes In The World

"The ‘shoe house’ of South Africa is the work of artist and hotelier Ron Van Zyl, who built it for his wife Yvonne in 1990. The shoe houses a little museum of sorts, showcasing Van Zyl’s wood carvings. The shoe is part of a complex that includes an eight-chalet guest house, camp site, restaurant, pool and bar." (source

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Posted by Stor-Age Self Storage - 03 June 2016 | Take A Break