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FIND YOUR DREAM HOME OR APARTMENT
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The round gray ball house should be panted like the “DEATH STAR“, and the white round hurricanes house should be red, blue & gray making it look like the Kids space ship in the 80’s movie “EXPLORER‘S“.
At least then these ugly houses can have a claim on character.
Making the bad style choices make sense.
Musician42, sorry,I left of the 4.......do you have more info on dirt houses?
Musician2, do you have more info on the dirt/dirt bag houses?
disappointed that the famous space ship flying saucer house in Pensacola Beach Florida did not make your list...it is really cool
It looks nice but they 'just moved out' . Why? Toxic waste? meth labs nearby? freeway moved in next door? If you dont want it anymore why would I?
why did they suddenly move out of this ' Cloud Hidden House ' they built in the Blue Ridge mountains?
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Not trying to be contentious, but there are a lot of interesting houses... more so than this article.
this isn't the REAL mushroom house...come on...the more REALISTIC mushroom house is in Perinton/Pittsford, NY
epic fail on the writer of this....
I saw a design which used long ribbons of cloth, loaded with the local fill dirt or sand, & piled up into a parabolic arch. Space was left for windows & doors, which became more dormer like the higher they were on the structure. The result was a dome, based on almost any polygonal, circular, or even elliptical floor plan, made of sand bags.
Fire & flood resistive, & effectively wind-proof, these structures had a life expectancy of 2,000 years. They are literally dirt cheap to build.