This series showcases homes so unique they take design to the extreme edge, while introducing the people who build and live in these unusual structures. Tour the most unusual houses found on earth, from a renovated caboose, schoolhouse, bowling alley and gas station to a metal house, "mushroom" house and space-ship house. Host Dale Rivera features homes from North America and other regions of the world, including Asia, Africa, Europe, South America and Australia. (Source:
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This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a residence in Florida where even the family dogs have temperature controlled quarters, a New Zealand house you can move when the going gets rough and a home in Morocco that's been restored to the way it was when President Roosevelt came to dinner. A house in Canada looks like two ships dragged up on a beach while one in Wisconsin resembles an Egyptian temple, a Japanese home is made from sun-dried soil and there's a houseboat like a Manhattan loft in the Czech Republic. A trip to the bathroom in a Mexican home could make you dizzy, a house in Thailand is entirely clad in glass louvers, a Brazilian residence has been all the way around the world and a subterranean box room in Seattle makes a comfortable condo.
This amazing assortment of homes from all over the world includes a Las Vegas residence inspired by the European Renaissance, a Japanese house which has been wrapped in glass, a home based on giant beehive shapes made of stacked stones in South Africa and a tiny New York apartment with room to spare. Mexico has a house designed around a piano while a home near Death Valley seems to hover over the desert. There's a 21st Century traditional house in Thailand and a DIY bachelor treehouse in New Zealand. A Bishop's bathing pavilion has been turned into a home in Wales, a four-bedroom family house overlooking the ocean in Chile only cost $120,000 and a 350 year old Moroccan residence has risen from a pile of rubble.