The one thing these homes have in common is they remind us of Marmite! You will either love them or hate them. We were amazed how passionately everyone in the office felt about them. Share them with your friends and see!
1. Container City
Bringing a whole new meaning to the song “I’m living in a box’ Container City 2 is the brainchild of the aptly named company Container City. They have created some of the most spectacular container homes and work spaces. Container City at present is a design studio but it does adjoin to homes in Container City 1. Both located in Trinity Buoy Wharf, London, E14.
Calling all aeronautical boat lovers we have just the place for you. The Cosmic Muffin houseboat is a Boeing themed barge. Ideal for anyone looking to bring the two passions of sea and air travel together under one roof.
This technicoloured snail house is located in Sofia, Bulgaria. By its trip advisor reviews it seems to cause quite a stir amongst locals and tourists. Some love it and some hate it. The dream marmite home! Allegedly the building boasts 5 stories and no straight walls or edges.
4. Casa do Penedo
Casa do Penedo is located in the Fafe Mountains in Portugal. Translated in English it means house of stone. It was built in 1974 and was created from the combination of 4 boulders.
This moated castle has housed many fortunate and wealthy families since the 14th century. It is a tourist attraction at present and has a ruined interior. A DIY fan’s dream if you will!
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6. Habitat 67
Habitat 67 is a model community and housing complex in Montreal, Canada. It was designed by architect Moshe Safdie. It includes 354 identical, prefabricated concrete forms arranged in various combinations. It provides space for 146 residences. Each unit has it’s own private terrace!
7. Wind Mill To House
Fort Green Mill is an old mill converted into a house in Suffolk England. It was built in 1824 and converted into a house in 1902. Ideal for a romantic get away spot!
8. Malator Earth House
Malator Earth House in Wales blends beautifully into the surrounding grass. Known to locals as the Teletubby house it was designed by architectural firm Future Systems.
9. Trassenheide House
Ever get out of the wrong side of the bed? Well the fine people of Trassenheide are doing there best to prevent it! Well kind of, they have created a spectacular upside down house. Popular amongst practical jokers and tourists it’s a 10 on the Marmite scale!