The world is full of crazy homes and wild buildings. Here is a compilation of some of the best. Keep an eye out for more . . .

The Bubble House

Made by the Hungarian architect Antti Lovag, this house sits in Tourettes-sur-Loup, France. It was first built in the 1970's and was inspired by nature's forms. It is a young building, but the French Ministry of Culture has already named it a historic monument.

Park Güell

It was originally a housing complex, but was unsuccessful and now serves as a municipal garden. The complex, located in Barcelona, was designed by Antoni Gaudí who lived on the property after it was built. This is another project inspired by the forms of nature. To visit Park Güell is free, but if you wish to poke your head inside the house where Gaudí lived, then you must pay a small fee.

Krzywy Domek

Built in Sopot, Poland, this house was designed by Szotynscy & Zaleski. It was inspired by the fairytale artwork of Jan Marcin and Per Dahlberg. In the daytime the building acts as a business center. At night it is alive with clubs and pubs.


Located in Orlando, Florida, this upside-down house is actually an educational amusement park with everything from science experiments, to laser tag, to dinner and a comedy show. It is three stories high, 82 feet tall.

The Venus Project Research Center

The Venus Project was founded by futurist Jacque Fresco. His goal is to design a completely new society more amicable with the life of a modern man. His visions are far from realized, but his research center will give you an idea of what he has in mind. It is resistant to earthquakes, termites, rodents, and fire.