A conventional house with a triangular roof is all about familiar feel and tradition. The odd-shaped houses however provide for more interesting architecture not only in exterior but in interior as well. Take a look at five different odd-shaped houses.
Haus am Weinberg by UNStudio
Haus am Weinberg by UNStudio is a modern building with a futuristic shape and curves which make it look more like an elegant space ship. The walls are partly made of glass so that the indoors are filled with natural lighting and the interesting architecture continues inside.
Cloud House by McBride Charles Ryan
McBride Charles Ryan designed this cloud-shaped house that is both sweet and unconventional. The familiar shape in such new context looks fresh and new and interesting. The facade features a wall made entirely out of glass which gives a peek of the interior.
Archipelago House by Tham & Videgård Arkitekter
Archipelago House designed by Tham & Videgård Arkitekter is an angular summerhouse made of glass and wood. The house is placed to face the sun and a sea between two rocks. The house features a wooden deck and trellis. Its walls are made of glass to let more light in.
Villa SSK by Takeshi Hirobe Architects
Villa SSK by Takeshi Hirobe is a polygonal building set amidst green mountains, ocean and classic houses. The house allows the surrounding views in thanks to the back and front glass walls.
Hus-1 by Torsten Ottesjö
Hus-1 by Torsten Ottesjö is a small-sized prefab house shaped as a leaf. Slightly curved it houses a small kitchen, hidden bedroom and a small dining.