If you’re ever lucky enough to be visiting The Hotel de Vrouwe van Stavoren in the Netherlands, be sure to request one of the wine cask rooms. That’s right: four of the rooms are located inside repurposed 14,500 litre wine casks.
The One-Log House was literally hollowed out of a single redwood tree back in 1946. This 32 foot-long section alone weighed 42 tons. It is estimated that the tree was 2100 years old.
Designed by Kevin Cyr, this tiny home pops out of a shopping cart.
This unique home/workplace/hangar was created as the model for Santa Paula Airpark, a fly-in community.
Built to be a gas station Bayou neighborhood of New Orleans, this 1918 building was a furniture-building shop and jewelry-making studio before being remade into a residence
Antique Fire Truck
These cavernous gasometers (gas tanks) formed the heart of Europe’s largest gas plant back in the 1800s. Now they are one of the world’s most unique apartment communities.
Rescued from a jungle junkyard, this 1965 Boeing aircraft is now a luxurious hotel full of hand-carved Indonesian teak furniture and monkeys for neighbors.
UK resident Elizabeth Sutton converted a derelict military bunker into an underground oasis.
Built by the Ford Motor Company in the early 1920s, this massive transport ship was lugged up a steep riverbank to become a bed and breakfast, and later, a private home.
These two corrugated metal grain silos in Utah have been converted into the ultimate bachelor pad overlooking the Provo River.