Who among us does not dream of a cozy house in which only you and your family will live? Probably everyone. But it is not always possible to make your dreams come true, especially if you only have enough funds for basic needs.
But don't worry - there is always an alternative. We want to invite you to take a closer look at the miniature houses, which, despite their size, accommodate the whole world!
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There is an interesting structure in the center of Loch Ness. The sign on it states that after the winter of 2015 there was a heavy storm.
The local population began raising funds for the Bruns house, in which, according to the history of the well-known comic, a large family lives. Anything is possible, especially since interesting and sometimes mystical stories constantly occur in this area. By the way, after the hydroelectric power station was built in 1950, the water level rose by 10 meters.
Often in the 21st century building houses without basements. But it was not in vain that our ancestors thought about the creation of this room: it was used to store wine and food.
Now in the spherical Groundfridhe there is a separate refrigerator room under the house, in which a constant temperature is maintained. And if you haven't built a house yet, you can only use this underground structure as an intermediate option. Such a creative home will appeal to everyone.
The Czech Republic is famous for its picturesque streets, delicious beer and the goodwill of the local population. But that's not all! In Prague, on Agnezkova Street, near the Monastery of St.
Agnes, you can see the smallest house in the world. The facade reaches 2.26 meters in width. This interesting house was built in the 19th century.
At one time it was a workshop, then the house was used as a hot spot.
Now this room is just a lobby.
On the border between Canada and the United States, there are up to 1867 islands in the archipelago! The largest of them are inhabited - one of them is home to about 1600 people. And there are even full courtyards with houses. And thanks to one company, there are even cottages here, which are provided with all the necessary communications.
Steve Arin's interesting domed structure has inspired many creative minds. He created a home on an organic mango farm in a village in Thailand. The construction of such an interesting house cost $ 9,120, with the main material being clay bricks and cement blocks.
Berlin architect Van Bo Le-Menzel created the smallest living space.Although the area of the house is only 1 m 2 , there is a door, a window and even a chair! The house weighs only 41 kg and can be transported on wheels.
Popular snowboarder Mike Basich decided to change something in his life, and his choice fell on the change of ... housing! From now on, he lives not in a luxurious mansion, but in a cute little house in the mountains, the area of which is only 23 m 2 . Materials of natural origin were used during the construction, and powerful solar panels provide warmth and light for the house.
But Mike didn't stop there - he also created a travel house with the help of friends.
Designers of one well-known company have created projects of mini-houses, which take one day to assemble! This house has a full kitchen, bedroom and spacious living room. A bonus is the cozy garden with rattan furniture.
The story is that a famous businessman in Costa Rica decided to have some fun.
He bought a 1965 Boeing, moved it closer to the azure lagoon and gave it to designers.
They also created an interesting house-hotel in which all guests can not worry about the "flight".
Stephen Turner, a famous architect, loves experiments and cannot imagine life without them. In collaboration with two companies, he created a house that is shaped like an egg. Creative House The Exbury Egg is 6 meters long, and 2.9 meters in diameter can be placed even on the water and constantly live "in nature".
The house has a shower room, a stove, a hammock bed, and solar panels provide energy to the house.
This house is listed in the Guinness Book of Records, and it is located in Conwy. Its area is only 5, 49 m 2 . From the 17th century to the 20th century, they permanently lived in the house, but the last resident was the fisherman Roberto Jones, who decided to change housing due to the fact that the low ceilings did not allow him to move freely. Now in this place is a museum, and the house is the property of the descendants of Jones.
This house is built on 45 squares by architect Peter Jungmann.
It took him a long time to create the villa and thought out everything here to the smallest detail. By the way, it can be rented at any time: in any season you will find comfort and a beautiful view of the mountains.
This adventurous home has been created by two companies that are eager to put creative motive in every creation. A house that can "walk" in size is 3.
73 * 3.54 * 3.54 and weighs 1.2 tons loves walking on the steppe more. So far, a maximum speed of 62 km / h has been recorded.
Wind generators complete with solar panels provide energy to the home. In addition, the house has a wood-burning stove.
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