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World's wildest houses

By Annie Hauser of This Old House

A batch of daring dwellings, including an eco-friendly igloo, a Hello Kitty dream house and a creative spin on a classic log cabin.

Kvivik Igloo

Faroe Islands, Denmark

This pair of identical igloos is near the village of Kvivik, in the Faroe Islands off the coast of Denmark. Each structure is about 300 square feet and features a kitchen, living room and loft with a double bed.

One Log House

Garberville, Calif.

This house is in pretty good condition — considering that the tree it's made from is more than 2,000 years old. Carved out of a 42-ton redwood, this wacky mobile home was "built" in 1946 by logger Art Schmock

Hello Kitty Hotel

Hsinchu, Taiwan

Calling all Hello Kitty fans! The Hello Kitty Hotel, which opened in a Taiwanese resort in 2009, is a tribute to the Japanese anime character that has a cult following all over the world




 
05/31/2011 6:10AM
World's wildest houses
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