Amazing houses built into their environment (25 Photos)

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  • Cheyenne

    like Lord of the Rings…but modern!

  • MigraineBoy

    #6 and #22… I want to live there…with a sexy Chivette… It will be mine. Oh yes! It will be mine.

  • tommybhoy

    Is it wrong of me to judge the homes on how i will be able to get there whilst drunk?

    #20 would be a challenge

    • meme

      challenge accepted

  • Anakrusix

    #25 looks like it is darn relaxing!

  • BigDingo

    I'd love to live in #6 or #10 and keep #25 for a vacation home.

  • AtomManhattan

    If I recall correctly, #6 has the stream running right through the center of the house.
    But yeah…must be nice to have money.

    • mrjimmyos

      If I recall correctly number 6 was in a video game, I'm sure it was

    • heso

      falling water by frank Lloyd Wright, built in the late 30's. it's in the mountains south of pittsburgh, almost to the west virginia border. the stream doesn't actually go through the house.

      • jaywalke

        It goes under the living room. There are stairs leading down to it from inside. It's a very cool tour.

  • Trent

    #8 is Cappadocia, Turkey. If I remember correctly its at the Goreme Open Air Museum.

  • erikLOVESchive

    Minecraft IRL

  • mrjimmyos

    So many awesome houses, some, suitable for a zombie apocalypse

  • petewhip

    badass, to build your own biostructure check out

  • bubblerider86

    Yes Please ^_^

  • Rightclicksaveas

    #6 frank lloyd wright falling water FTW

  • Dan

    Number 12 is in Romania.It's called Danil Sihastru's Cave

  • Henry Gibson

    Evidently the environment for #2 is 1977.

  • Yeahbeer

    #6 Frank lloyd wright house in PA, All the ceilings are too short in the house, he was a short man and designed the house around his height so all the ceilings are like only 7'
    yes the stream goes right under the house

    • Steve

      Wright was about 5' 9" tall and considered anyone over six feet tall to be a "weed". I have toured Falling Water several times – the ceilings are almost uniformly 6' 4" high, with doorways a few inches shorter. There is a fair amount of my blood on the ceilings at Falling Water as I am also 6' 4" tall.

      His reasoning for the low ceilings was to force perspective out of the house. It works, in fact, as one has little choice to look outside due to the "confined" ceilings.

      • Jen

        do you have a big penis, steve?

    • Lonnie

      A Dream House

  • mase

    nothing beats #6

  • Ambrocious

    #17 totally looks like it came out of Bedrock…

    Sweet post.

  • top dog

    I would like to see what the inside of #16, #18 and #24 look like, I can live there.

    • J...

      the first one you listed #16 is on an episode of teen cribs. (and yes I know it's sad I know that) It used to be a bomb shelter then a concert venue before the current home owners renovated it.

  • Dave

    #17 Flintstones…meet the Flintstones….there a modern stoneaged familyyyy……

  • Marc

    #1 was built in Britain by a man named Simon Dale for only three-thousand pounds, which is about five-thousand in U.S. dollars.He and his wife and two children live in it now, and it has all the same basic amenities as any normal home, despite the rustic, simple look.

    But it's a very eco-friendly home because it was built with all natural and local materials, and it's a very self-sufficient home because they use a gravity-fed spring for their water supply, and solar panels for their electricity needs.

    If anyone's interested, his website has a lot more incredible pictures of the inside: And no, I'm not affiliated with them in anyway, nor was I paid for this comment 😛

    Personally, I think it's goddamn awesome that someone can build a functioning, beautiful home for five-thousand dollars.

  • Gabriel Balinth


  • Fundstück: Kuriose Eigenheime » eigenheime, haus, kurios » Frank Rösch

    […] Wer ein eigenes Häuschen plant und es sehr individuell mag, der wird vielleicht hier fündig. Dort kann man 25 Häuschen bewundern, die definitiv nicht alltäglich sind. Manches würde ich wohl auch nicht betreten, da erscheint mir die Konstruktion arg wackelig. Aber überzeugt euch doch selbst, dazu bitte hier entlang. […]

  • wawaa

    #6 is Falling Waters by Frank Lloyd Wright in PA, I've toured it once before they redid it. does any1 else know where the others are from?

  • slick

    I've thought of building a home like one of these, but I need #25 now.

  • googboog

    all these places would be pretty fucking scary at night, with no neighbors around…

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