There has always been an urge in people’s hearts to stand out from the rest of the world and they leave no stone unturned in their attempt to be different and distinctive. Read about 5 beautiful homes around the world that pay tribute to their creators and their drive to stand out in the world through their construction.

Transparent House, Tokyo, Japan

Transparent House Tokyo

Anyone who prefers sunlight as their constant companion would find this home to their liking. A completely transparent construction, there would be no shortage of sunlight here. This house was built by Sou Fujimoto Architects and is inspired by our ancestors who lived on trees.

Skateboard House, Malibu, California

A home made for hardcore skateboarding enthusiasts. The whole house takes the form of one large skating rink. It should come as no surprise to anyone that the house was designed by Pierre Andre Senizergues, a former pro-skating world champion!

The Keret House, Poland

The Keret House Poland

Keret House, the thinnest house in the world, is located in Poland. The widest point is only 152 centimeters wide. Jakub Szczęsny, the designer of the house, wanted to utilize every bit of the urban space, even if they are located between two buildings, so he squeezed his house between two other buildings. No wonder he is the only resident living there.

Old Water Tower, Belgium

A water tower is used to store water, but this old water tower in Belgium also served as a Nazi hideout during World War II. However, the 30 meter high tower has now been transformed into a very comfortable and modern house.

Brooklyn Clock Tower Home, New York City

An expensive inclusion in the list, the 7,000-square-foot penthouse on top of Brooklyn’s Clock Tower offers sweeping views of New York City and costs a whopping $18 million.

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