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Nine Quirky One-of-a-Kind Homes

A person's home can be very telling of one's personality. Are you bold enough to call any of these dwellings 'home'?

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REW.ca
November 24, 2015






Designed for nomadic writers, this house offers a minimalist space tucked between two buildings in the centre of Warsaw, Poland. This tiny home measures 122cm across at its widest point.
Source: De Zeen
A pair of Brazilian brothers decided to live on the edge and set-up a vertical dwelling along the side of a climbing wall in Rio.
Source: Business Insider
This topsy turvy house can be found in Krasnoyarsk, Russia as a tourist attraction full of funky photo ops as the entire house and its rooms are upside down.
Source: LF Press
This dedicated employee lives in a self-constructed mobile home right outside his company's building and enjoys a minimalist lifestyle and short commute to work.
Source: The Atlantic
Spotted in Rotterdam, Netherlands, these cubic homes is designer Piet Blom's interpretation of an abstract tree.
Source: Holland
This rooftop sculpture in Oxford, UK, was installed on the 41st anniversary of the dropping of the atomic bomb on Nagasaki.
Source: Business Insider
This little village of dome-shaped homes was actually built as refuge for residents who lost their homes to an earthquake. These houses are built to withstand natural disasters.
Source: Business Insider
This makeshift home is made from found materials and built by a man who needed a portable shelter for his 743km long journey home by foot.
Source: Business Insider
This mushroom house among the trees can be found in Pittsford, New York. Even the interior embraces the theme, with its textured mosaic tiling creating a fungal feel.
Source: Forbes

Joanne Yen is the multimedia marketing designer at REW.ca and Real Estate Weekly newspaper. She has a background in graphic design, event marketing and video production.
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