The Most Dreamlike Houses On Earth

These  mystical cottages aren’t images from some childhood fairytale – they’re actual structures that exist somewhere in the world. The cold, boring and concrete lines of modern architecture are definitely not for these architects – their homes are full of organic and unusual forms.It is said that one’s home can speak volumes about whomever it is that lives inside. If so, what do these homes say about the people that live there?

Hobbit House in New Zealand

Hobbit House in New Zealand

Image credits: Ian Brodie

Nautilus House in Mexico

Nautilus House in Mexico

Nautilus House in Mexico-2

Nautilus House in Mexico-3

 Image credits: Arquitectura Organica

 Crazy House in Vietnam

Crazy House in Vietnam

Image credits: thedailybeast.com

    Dome Home in Thailand

Dome Home in Thailand

Dome Home in Thailand-2

Image credits: steveareen.com

   The Seashell House in Mexico

The Seashell House in Mexico

The Seashell House in Mexico-2

The Seashell House in Mexico-3

The Seashell House in Mexico-4

Image credits: airbnb.com

        Stone House in Portugal

Stone House in Portugal

Image credits: jsome1

Stone House in Portugal-2

Image credits: VRfoto

Akebono Kodomo-no-mori Park in Japan

Akebono Kodomo-no-mori Park in Japan

Image credits: yui kubo

       Maison de Sorcière Avec Ciel d’orage in France

Maison de Sorcière Avec Ciel d’orage in France

Image credits: panoramio.com

  Forest House in Netherlands

Image credits: panoramio.com

Image credits: panoramio.com

 Hobbit House In Wales, UK

Hobbit House In Wales, UK

Hobbit House In Wales, UK-2

Hobbit House In Wales, UK-3

Image credits: simondale.net

Hobbit House in New Zealand