Cave House

Tucked away in a canyon in the Mule Mountains just outside of Bisbee, Arizona this fantastic property offers a unique cave house in a wonderful, natural setting. At 5300’ elevation the cave house, guest house, and various outbuildings make an ideal retreat. Use this website to begin exploring this unique and special property. Or contact sales representative Jean Noreen for additional information.

Reed Houses and Boats (Titicaca, Peru)

The Uru people living around Lake Titicaca (the highest navigable lake in the world) build their boats and houses out of reeds. Clusters of houses stand on floating rafts, which are also made of reeds.

Unique Hotel Cala di Volpe (Smeralda)

Hotel Cala di Volpe in Italy is another option that some report as the world’s most expensive hotel with price estimates from around $27-$36 thousand. For this you get only three bedrooms (with three bathrooms) but on the plus side you also get an outdoors pool (salt water) and your own solarium and gazebo. Amusingly it is reported that this contender for the world’s most expensive hotel still charges visitors for its internet access however!

Shoe House

Surely inspired by the nursery rhyme (about the old lady who lived in a shoe) it seems like someone decided to turn it into a reality. That someone was the artist-come-hotelier Ron Van Zyl who built a shoe shaped house for his wife in South Africa.

Cathedral of Brasilia (Brasil)

Atomium (Brussels, Belgium)

Modern Igloo (Alaska)

Kvivik Igloo (Kvivik, Faroe Islands)

Beer Can House (Houston, Texas, USA)

Great Mosque of Djenné (Djenne, Mali)

Turning Torso (Malmö, Sweden)

The tower reaches a height of 190 metres (623 feet) with 54 stories.The design is based on a sculpture by Santiago Calatrava called Twisting Torso. It uses nine segments of five-story pentagons that twist as it rises; the topmost segment is twisted ninety degrees clockwise with respect to the ground floor.

Korowai Treehouse (Papua New Guinea, Indonesia)

Tempe Municipal Building (Tempe, Arizona, USA)

Edificio Mirador (Madrid, Spain)

t’s a building developed by Dutch architects MVRDV. The building reaches 63.4 meters in height with 21 stories. The highlight of this building is the large central hole which is 36.8 meters above the ground. It’s the large lookout area that provides inhabitants with a community garden and a space from where they can contemplate the skyline.Different colors represent different blocks with its own planning, which offer at least 9 different types of apartments.