Dr. Seuss would live here ... would you?
Straight out of Dr. Seuss, the Mushroom House shocks neighbors and delights their kids.
Uncountable rooms? Doors to nowhere? Welcome to America's oddest mansion
What kind of house do you get when you combine a limitless budget and a ghostly curse? A Victorian mansion so bizarre, it could only be called a "mystery house."
Now this home is a steel
PR director Jeff Walz had failed to inspect the quaint Victorian farmhouse he'd bought in the trendy Pittsburgh neighborhood of Shadyside. What he found was a house so plagued with mold it had to be torn to the ground. Now Walz sat in a nearby cafe, sharing drinks with a local architect and sketching the plans for a new home: a scrap-metal habitat they actually designed on a paper napkin.
The Tucson Mountain House: desert architecture dune right
Can a house be a living entity? Yes, when it's a space that evolves to constantly meet its homeowner's lifestyle, when it was built to capitalize on and celebrate its surroundings, and when it shines with a combination of wonderful form, as well as function. This beautiful modern house near Tucson, Arizona is a prime example of just such a dwelling. It was custom-built to match its locale, as well as its owners.