- The Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, California. This 160-room mansion was built by Sarah Winchester, the widow of gun manufacturer William Wirt Winchester. She believed that she was haunted by the ghosts of people killed by Winchester rifles, and she had the house constantly remodeled to confuse the spirits. The house is a maze of staircases that lead nowhere, doors that open into walls, and windows that look out onto other rooms.
2. The Beer Can House in Houston, Texas. This house was built by John Milkovisch over a period of 18 years using over 50,000 beer cans. Milkovisch started collecting the cans after he retired from his job as a janitor. He used the cans to create everything from the siding to the furniture to the chandeliers.
3. The Mushroom House in Perinton, New York. This house was designed by architect William Waldron and built in 1972. The roof of the house is made up of 12 concrete mushrooms, which support the weight of the home. The interior of the house is also mushroom-shaped, with curved walls and ceilings.
4. The Bubble House in Cannes, France. This house was designed by architect Antti Lovag and built in 1975. The house is made up of a series of interconnected bubbles, which give it a futuristic look. The interior of the house is also very modern, with lots of glass and steel.
5. The Cube Houses in Rotterdam, Netherlands. These houses were designed by architect Piet Blom and built in 1984. The houses are stacked on top of each other in a triangular formation, giving them a unique look. The interior of the houses is also very modern, with lots of open space and natural light.
6. The Krzywy Domek (Crooked House) in Sopot, Poland. This house was designed by Szotynscy & Zaleski Architects and built in 2004. The house is intentionally designed to look crooked, with wavy walls and tilted windows. The interior of the house is also very quirky, with furniture that seems to be melting.
7. The Toilet House in Suwon, South Korea. This house was designed by artist Hwang In-yeop and built in 2007. The house is made up of 12 toilets, which are arranged in a variety of ways. The interior of the house is also very colorful, with toilet-themed decorations everywhere.
8. The Nautilus House in Naucalpan de Juarez, Mexico. This house was designed by architect Javier Senosiain and built in 2007. The house is inspired by the shape of a nautilus shell, with a spiralling staircase that leads to the top floor. The interior of the house is also very organic, with curves and rounded shapes.
9. The Upside Down House in Trassenheide, Germany. This house was designed by architect Daniel Czapiewski and built in 2008. The house is literally upside down, with the furniture and appliances hanging from the ceiling. The interior of the house is also very disorienting, with everything turned upside down.
10. The Treehouse Villa in Bali, Indonesia. This house was designed by architect John Hardy and built in 2016. The house is built on stilts in the rainforest, and it is surrounded by trees. The interior of the house is very open and airy, with lots of natural light.